Argentinian Wine Regions Map

Argentina is a fascinating wine-tasting destination and the country offers a wide array of contrasting vineyard landscapes and experiences. The flagship grape is certainly the rich, red Malbec, which pairs perfectly with the local cuisine of barbecue and sizzling steaks. Mendoza is the first stop for wine lovers and has the best luxury wine tourism infrastructure (and hundreds of wineries to visit). Salta, and particularly Cafayate, has become a cult region for Cabernet Sauvignon loving wine collectors. The region is home to some of the world’s highest altitude wines. Cordoba, just south of Buenos Aires, offers delicious Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays and is a popular destination for one-day excursions from the exciting capital. And for adventure lovers who also appreciate fine wines, the up and coming Rio Negro region in Patagonia is a must.

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