Argentina’s Hit or Miss Year

The frost-marred 2008 vintage is a blemish amid a run of strong years, while 2007 offers robust Malbecs
James Molesworth
Issue: December 15, 2010

It's been a rapid and dramatic rise for Argentina over the past five years. It all seemed so easy: Take a popular grape, Malbec, and add affordable pricing thanks to a favorable exchange rate. Raise quality and increase diversity too. Wine Spectator senior editor James Moleworth explains.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands November 23, 2010.

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