When it comes to red wines, Argentina is more than just Malbec. Cabernet Sauvignon has found a home in the South American nation as well, and the best versions can offer excellent quality-to-price ratios. Cabernet thrives in the warm and dry weather of Argentina's Mendoza region, a heartland for fine wine production, and in other regions at the base of the Andes mountain range. The Argentine Cabernets in this week's selection provide an affordable entrée to what the category can offer.
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