Argentina's New Summits

A wine industry looks abroad to discover itself
James Molesworth
Issue: November 30, 2004

This is precision viticulture," says Pedro Marchevsky, running his hand along the top of a vineyard row in Mendoza, Argentina's most important wine region. "The canopy is in perfect balance." Precision may not be a word that leaps to mind when you think of Argentina, land of the tango, the siesta and, most recently, of economic chaos.

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