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In the North

1. JUJUY
In the vineyards in the North Argentina, particularly the domestic Criolla and Moscato varieties are cultivated, but also Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec.
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2. SALTA
Salta is an important winegrowing area in the North. This region became famous mainly due to its aromatic and full-bodied white wines from Torrontés and its spicy red wines with rich bouquet. Wines of top level quality are produced here.
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3. CAFAYATE
The winegrowing region Cafayate is mainly appreciated in Argentina itself, for its white wines. The vineyards are situated in a height of more than 1600 metres. The cultivation area amounts to about 1500 hectares. Only few amounts of wine are produced here. The region is nevertheless remarkable: Torrontés bestows a fine, perfumed wine.
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4. TUCUMÁN
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5. CATAMARCA
The wines from the province Occidente, are mainly used for the production of brandy. Torrontés, Criolla, Cereza, Malbec and Barbera are growing here.
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6. SAN JUAN
Heavy wines with little acid, prosper in the heat of the equator in the area San Juan. Due to an intelligent irrigation, it is more and more managed to produce fruity fresh white wines. Criolla Grande, Cereza, Torrontés, Moscatel, Barbera, Nebbiolo and Malbec are growing here.
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7. MENDOZA
About three-fourth of the Argentine wine production originates from Mendoza. This extremely dry terrain is irrigated by the Andes Rivers. Fine red wines are produced here – Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. In the slightly cooler Tupungato valley prosper Chardonnay, Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Noir and Merlot. Quality wines, vinos finos, grow in Southern Mendoza, particularly Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Cabernet, Syrah, Barbera and Malbec. For the palatable table wines, predominantly Criolla Grande, Cereza and Moscadel are used. In order to protect the crop, nets are strained against damage by hail.
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8. RIO NEGRO
Fruity wines, rich in acid grow in South Argentina, in the valley of the  Rio Negro. The cooler climate makes wines of European character prosper. Best conditions reign here for the quality wine cultivation. Here are mainly Semillon, Pinot Blanc, Malbec, Barbera, Syrah and Cabernet, cultivated.
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Jujuy Salta Cafayate Tucumán Catamarca San Juan Mendoza Rio Negro
 
 
 
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