Argentina, best known for their rich Malbec and Torrontes wine. Sip some of the best Malbec wine in the world with the backdrop of the Andes snow-capped mountains behind you in Mendoza. Visit some of the most popular wineries in Mendoza, including Trapiche and Alamos. Another common wine destination in Argentina is Cafayate, nestled in the Northwest region of Argentina. Here you can taste the Torrontes specialty white wine, typically sweet to smell, but dry. Show Less
Fly from Mendoza over the Andes to Santiago de Chile, and you will find yourself in another fantastic South America Wine destination. Just 30-minutes outside of Santiago are world-class wineries. Some of the most popular include the Colchagua, Maipo, Aconcagua and the Casablanca Valley. The specialty in Chile is the Carmenere; this is another red wine of rich flavors. Of course, the Casablanca Valley specializes in other white wines.
The beauty of South America is that you are not limited to only Chile and Argentina for spectacular wine, you can also include a visit to Argentina’s neighboring country, Uruguay. Uruguay is an up and coming wine producer but is not to be missed. Its signatures wines are typically red, produced from Tannat grapes. Although not the most common destination, it is still one of the places to visit for South America Wines.
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