By the time you read this, my three-week tour of Argentina will have ended. I'm writing and editing my notes from winery visits on my return flight from Buenos Aires to San Francisco.
This country's wine industry is dominated by one grape, Malbec, which is made into a variety of styles, extending even to sparkling wine. That's perfect, since Argentines are red-wine drinkers (about 80 percent of domestic wine consumption is red), which makes sense considering how much beef and meat Argentines consume.
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