Malbec is the dark, robust, plum-flavored wine that has solidly stamped the region of Mendoza on every oenophile’s map. But Argentina has other worthy varietals: try a fresh torrontés, fruity bonarda or earthy pinot noir.
Mendoza Argentina’s powerhouse wine region; produces the majority of the country’s grapes and boasts countless wineries.
San Juan With exceptional syrah and bonarda varieties; this lesser-known region also boasts a winery in a cave.
Cafayate This lovely town is famed for the torrontés grape, now trending with unoaked, drier varieties.
Neuquén Taste the splendid results of some of Argentina’s southernmost wine production outside this city.