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Two Tracks In Argentina

While quality continues to rise, some disappointments dilute the country's success
James Molesworth
Issue: November 30, 2005

Argentina has been on a roll. Wine quality continues to rise, with Malbec as the signature varietal and Mendoza, the lead wine-producing region, enjoying a run of good vintages. Exports to this country are booming as consumers become aware of Malbec in particular and Argentinean wines in general.

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