Top Alternative Argentina Wine Regions

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Argentine wine is ruled by the letter M. 

There’s Malbec, the country’s most popular and best varietal wine. 

There’s also Mendoza, the region in which roughly 80 percent of Argentine wine is made. 

But there’s more to this country than just the M&Ms. If you’re a fan of wine from the land of tango and gauchos—or even if you’re not—search out the undiscovered treasures from Salta and Patagonia. Producers from these emerging regions are making Argentina’s best off-the-grid wines.

Michael Schachner


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