Argentina is the world’s fifth-largest wine producer, and it is mainly famous for its Malbec. The rich, earthy red has become Argentina’s signature grape, and most experts agree that the best Malbecs in the world are produced there. So, all Malbecs were "interesting" but as summer approaches, I would go for the whites.
But one of the best - indeed exclusive - was the Arabela Sparkling Brut Rose (2009, Estancia Las Canitas), a nice, rich but fresh sparkling rose, perfect not only for the summer but for a nice aperitif throughout the year.
Guests also tasted healthy, tasty and well-presented food: cheese platters with nuts and dried fruit, amazing prosciutto and salami, blueberry, raspberry and strawberry fruits and tiny salmon sandwiches. Passed hors d' oeuvres included warm cheese, mushroom and meat patties look alike. Before I left, I couldn't resist the dessert "section" so I grabbed one chocolate!