Malbec thrives in the unique landscape of Argentina. Warm and arid, with many vineyards planted at elevations ranging between 2,200 and 6,500 feet, Argentina is the only major wine region to account for elevation in its understanding of terroir. Read associate editor Aaron Romano's tasting report on the wines, including top bottlings and good values.
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