In Deepest Patagonia

Pioneering vintners explore the frontier of grapegrowing in southern Argentina
From the Nov 15, 2008, issue
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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