Argentina's One-Two Punch

James Molesworth
Issue: January 31, 2003

Can Argentina fulfill its potential and produce world-class wines? The answer is an emphatic yes, thanks to the Malbec grape in general and the wines of Nicolás Catena in particular. The 68 Argentinean Malbecs that I tasted over the past year confirm the findings of my last report (" True Colors" ) on the region: Malbec is clearly Argentina's strong suit and, dollar for dollar, the country's bottlings of this variety comprise one of the world's most distinctive groups of wines.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands January 31, 2003.

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