The Agribusiness Secretary and the Wine Argentine Association (COVIAR), with the aim of contributing value to the national wine production and its contribution to; Promoting spending in our country, establishing an Action Plan, cited by resolution on 24 November National Argentine Day drink.
The plan includes a & # 39; Developing major media campaigns to promote Argentinian wine; Gastronomic days that Argentinian wine spread can take place in the main cities of the country and Encourage the development of wine tourism activity in the various areas of wine in Argentina.
There are over 900 active wineries throughout Argentina.
Up to 25 hectares of 92% of wine makers and those who account for 55% of the total cultivation field of vineyards in a country.
Vitiviniculture is a distinctive regional economy with the most extensive territorial use. It is essential to stimulate this economic activity that was usually made of small and medium-sized representatives.
Argentinian wine is the value of our civilization and a fundamental element of Argentinean identity, which contributes to the socio-economic biodiversity of the representative sectors with a broad range of people; hobbies and soils that make a rural country in each area.
Vitiviniculture creates more than 106 jobs straight and 280 indirect indirect jobs.
The complex vitivinicola is one of the 10 main export chains in the country, together with nearly 500 exports of their wine to 127 countries.
The main markets for Argentine wine are: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil and the Netherlands.
In Argentina there are 223,585 cultivated with vineyard. Malbec (21%), Cherry (15%), Bonarda (10%), Creole Grande (8%), Cabernet Sauvingnon (8%), Syrah (7%), Pedro Giménez (6%), fois (25%) .
In 2016, 4.8% of the total wines sold in domestic homes were artificial wines. There are 39 large and medium-sized centers that sell wild fires and 83 small centers that will sells up to 100 hectares per year of artificial wines.
Argentina produces wine results to more than 127 destinations. 74% of the overseas ships respond to fractions of wine. It is the product with a high added value in Argentinian wine.
Law No. 25,849 COVIAR, a partnership between the public and private sectors, which has the mission of reinforcing internal and external markets and bringing together the stakeholders of the chain.
The wine shows a diverse cultural mode, reinforced by social customs that are similar to the Argentine image.
Our country is ranked seventh in the world, spending wines each, and is currently 22 liters of every person's wine every year.
Argentina is the sixth place in wine making with 11.8 million hectoliters and the seventh place in the surface that has been installed, with over 230 miles of hectares.
8 out of 10 Argentineans drink wine at home and in the company of the couple and / or the family."