Against the dramatic backdrop of the Andes mountains, Argentina’s vineyards sit at high altitudes, where intense sunlight and sparse rainfall dominate the weather. Winemaking here dates back to the 16th century and today has evolved into a fascinating diversity of grape varieties and wine styles.

In the past decade, Argentina has gained worldwide recognition as a premium winegrowing region. Numerous acclaimed winemakers have invested in vineyards, and the owners of small estates bring passion and pioneering spirit to the land. Like the country and its people, the wines of Argentina are often described as sophisticated and sensual with a bit of mystery.

Argentinian Food and Wine is part of the No Cookie Cutter Wine project that connects wine lovers with the makers of artisan handcrafted wines from around the world. Follow the links to discover the magic of these wonderfully diverse places, people and foods.

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