The Agroindustrial Secretary and the Argentine Wine Corporation (COVIAR), with the aim of promoting domestic consumption of wine and our consumption in our territory, established a Plan of Action on a resolution designated on November 24 Argentine Winter Wine Festival.
The intention is to develop mass media campaigns to promote Argentine wine; The gastronomic day that extends Argentinian wine to promote the development of wine tourism activities in the main cities of the country and regional wine regions.
In Argentina, there are more than 900 active wineries.
92% of wine grapes have 25 hectares and 55% of the vineyard plant in that country.
Vitiviniculture is one of the most emblematic economies of the region, with the widest range of territory. It is essential to promote the economic activity of small and medium-sized production.
Argentine Wine is a basic element of our civilization and of Argentine identity. In fact, they help the socioeconomic promoter of the province's production, as they spread the climate and the diverse soil.
Vitivinicultura generates more than 106,000 straight jobs and transverse indirect jobs are 280.
The Vitivinicola Complex is one of the top 10 exports in the country and almost 500 exporters, along with wines from 127 countries.
Argentina's main wine markets are: United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil and the Netherlands.
In Argentina 223,585 have been planted with vineyards. Malbec (21%), Cherry (15%), Bonarda (10%), Criolla Grande (8%), Cabernet Sauvingnon (8%), Syrah (7%), Pedro Giménez (6%), the rest (25%). .
In 2016, 4.8% of all wines sold in the internal market were white wines. There are 39 small and medium-sized establishments selling small wines and 83 small establishments sell for 100 sparkling wines for up to thirty years.
Argentina exports its wine products to more than 127 destinations. 74% of foreign shipments correspond to broken wines. Argentinian wine is a product of high added value.
Article 25,849 of Law 25 established COVIAR, an alliance between public and private sectors, which aims to strengthen internal and external markets and integrate the chain's stakeholders.
The wine is reminiscent of moderate cultural consumption, consolidating traditional customs habits of Argentine identity.
Our country per capita takes its seventh place in the world of wine consumption per year, a 22-liter annual per capita per year.
Argentina is located in six tenths of the production of wine, with a surface area of 11.8 million thirty and seventh, with more than 230 thousand hectares.
8 Argentine wines drink wine at home with couples and family members."