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Over the past decade, Malbec has become the leading varietal in Argentina's still-emerging wine industry—overshadowing the country's other grape varieties. Malbec's juicy, fruit-driven profile is ideally suited to expressing the terroir of the high-elevation vineyards of Mendoza and Salta, and the desert-climate vineyards of Patagonia, prompting many wineries to put it first and foremost in their portfolios.
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