Although classed as New World, Argentina has an old viticultural history with wine being made here since the 1500s. It's the largest producer of wine in South America, with two-thirds of its production based in Mendoza. In the foothills of the Andes, with irrigation coming from the snow’s melt water, these high-altitude vineyards benefit from a high diurnal variation resulting in complex, aromatic and well-balanced wines.

Argentina has adopted France’s Malbec as its own for red wines, and has its own indigenous, aromatic Torrentés for white wines.

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