Wine is one of the gastronomic elements most important of Argentina, the largest wine producer in Latin America and the largest exporter of wine in the United States, being declared the national drink in 2010. The main wine regions are those of Mendoza and San Juan. The wine consumed by the Argentine is made ​​from Torrontés variety, but nevertheless, the flagship wine for export is undoubtedly made ​​from Malbec grapes, achieving international recognition, because Argentina climatological characteristics positively favor ripening of this type of grape.

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