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Argentina - Pampas and Patagonia

Argentina is the second-largest country in South America encompassing more than a million square miles. The country stretches 3100 miles from the Tropic of Capricorn in the north to the southern tip of the continent. The Andes Mountains separate Argentina from Chile and create the country’s western border. From the peaks of the Andes in the west, the country extends east to the Atlantic Ocean. Most of Argentina’s vineyards lie in the western part of the country, in the foothills of the Andes. . .   keep reading

 

Explore the key wine regions of Argentina below.

The Uco Valley - Napa of South America
The Valley de Uco is a wine region southwest of Mendoza, Argentina. Although vineyards have been planted in the region since the early 1900s, a resurgence driven largely by foreign investment has led many to call the Uco the "Napa Valley of South America". . . . keep reading
San Juan - Home of the Zonda
San Juan - Home of the Zonda Always second fiddle to the larger region, Mendoza to the south, San Juan province has a long history of wine making and is emerging as a producer of quality wines. The province is located in the mountainous area of central-west Argentina known as the Cuyo region. It borders Chile to the west, and the wine regions of Mendoza to the south, and La Rioja to the north and east. It is the second largest wine-producing province in Argentina with over 121,000 acres of vineyards. . . . keep reading
Mendoza
“The Heart and Soul of Argentina's Wine Country” The Mendoza (Spanish pronunciation: [men ‘dosa]) Province is located in the center of the western part of Argentina, in t . . . keep reading
La Rioja
The province of La Rioja is in northwestern Argentina. The province of Catamarca lies to the north, the provinces of Catamarca and Còrdoba are to the east, the province of San Luis are to the s . . . keep reading
Neuquén - (Patagonia)
Argentina's Palindromic (These Wines are Great Backwards or Forwards!) Wine Region The Neuquén (Spanish pronunciation: [neu'ken]) Province is located in Southwestern Argentina, at the n . . . keep reading
Rio Negro (Patagonia)
“Oh black water, keep on rollin'…” The Rio Negro Province (Spanish pronunciation: [‘ri.o ‘neyro], Black River) is a seventy-four-mile long, five-mile . . . keep reading
Argentina - Overview
Brian Gurnham Chief Cork Officer
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