Tasting Highlights: Argentina

Malbec dominates the country's reds, but don't overlook Cabernet and even Pinot Noir
Sep 4, 2007
Fans of Argentinean wine probably love the preponderance of big, juicy, fruit-driven Malbecs that now dominate the country's vinous offerings. But while Malbec is clearly the lead grape, there are other gems worth looking for, including the interesting Pinots being produced in the southern Patagonia region by Bodega Chacra.

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