San Juan

San Juan is Argentina’s second most highly planted grape growing region. There are over 47,000 planted hectares across San Juan and it is particularly known for its red grapes. However, there are a good range of white grapes grown too. Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Viognier are planted across th region and develop well in the natural habitat San Juan offers.

Vine-growing across San Juan is split over five different valleys. An annual average temperature of 17° C and rain of 90mm on average per year ensures the soils are ideal for growing fruity, characterful wines. You can explore the wide range of San Juan white wines at The Fine Wine Company below.

San Juan is Argentina’s second most highly planted grape growing region. There are over 47,000 planted hectares across San Juan and it is particularly known for its red grapes. However, there are a good range of white grapes grown too. Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Viognier are planted across th region and develop well in the natural habitat San Juan offers.

Vine-growing across San Juan is split over five different valleys. An annual average temperature of 17° C and rain of 90mm on average per year ensures the soils are ideal for growing fruity, characterful wines. You can explore the wide range of San Juan white wines at The Fine Wine Company below.

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