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In Deepest Patagonia

Pioneering vintners explore the frontier of grapegrowing in southern Argentina
James Molesworth
Issue: November 15, 2008

Argentina's Patagonia region defines remoteness. Windswept and sparsely populated, it exists far, far off the beaten path. A boundless tract of undeveloped land punctuated by gauchos riding along dusty trails is probably the most popular image of this vast region.

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