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    Patagonia

    The southernmost region in Argentina comprising the provinces of Río Negro, Neuquén and La Pampa. Around 4,550 ha of vineyards are cultivated here, accounting for approximately 2 percent of Argentina's total planted area.

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    Mendoza

    Without doubt the most important province in Argentinian wine production, accounting for around 75 percent of the total vineyards in Argentina. The highest peaks of the Andes are found in Mendoza, with Aconcagua sitting at around 6960 MASL. The presence of the Andes, which acts as a barrier to the humid winds of the Pacific, help shape the climate, generating ideal conditions for the cultivation of vines.

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    San Juan

    San Juan is a key wine-producing area of Argentina. Traditionally a prolific producer of high-yielding red grape varieties ideal for blending, San Juan now produces wines of increasing quality using more traditional European grape varieties; Syrah and the ever-present Malbec are the predominant ones.

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    La Rioja

    La Rioja is a seven hour drive north of Mendoza, passing through San Juan on the way. La Rioja produces quality wines, especially in the Famatina valley between the Velasco mountains and the Famatina hills. Here the vines grow at 1000 – 1400 MASL and the altitude brings freshness and balance to the wines, driven by the huge diurnal temperature range.

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    Catamarca

    Like the neighbouring provinces of Salta and La Rioja, Catamarca is characterised by mountainous terrains, ancient and impressive volcanoes and valleys with small towns and rural wine production. The cultivation of vines takes place mainly in a succession of valleys located in the western regions, between the towns of Tinogasta - Fiambalá, and Santa María, which integrates the Calchaquí Valleys.

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    Salta

    Salta, situated in the far north, is a high-elevation wine region made up of a series of interconnecting valleys  known as the Calchaquí Valley. Cultivation starts at around 1500 MASL and reaches as high as 3111 MASL at Bodega Colome's Altura Maxima vineyard. The total area under vine is around 4100 hectares and the province is renowned for its high quality Torrontes.

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