Oenophiles around the globe are picking up on what South Americans have known for centuries; the warm, sun-drenched days and cool Andes nights have created a climate perfectly suited for viticulture, and the results are outstanding. South America’s signature grape is, of course, the Malbec, and nowhere else in the world does it taste better. But South America also offers world-class versions of Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Carmenere. There is always sufficient reason to raise a glass here.

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