Mendoza winemaking history is almost as old as Argentina's colonial history itself. The first vines to be planted were in mid-16th century. Located n a high-altitude plateau at the edge of Andes Mountains, Mendoza Region produced 70% of the country's annual production of fine wines. Altitude is one of the most important characteristics of Mendoza terroir, the ship of vineyard land that runs along the base of the andes lies between 2000ft and 3900ft above see level that moderates the hot/dry climate and often gives highly structured wines with firm tannins, that have distinct minerality. Mendoza is also well-known to be the home of New World's Malbec.
This Thanksgiving, I'm thankful for many things, but I'm especially thankful for beautiful wines! Here's 6 wines that would make your Thanksgiving Dinner extra special.
There is no better moment to enjoy wine than at a pool party a Saturday afternoon with friends.