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All harvests are causes for celebration, but the really good ones are celebrated with a lot of noise. Nobody is hiding their enthusiasm about the exceptional 2019 harvest.
It is increasingly common that, when talking about Argentine Malbec, consumers and specialists cite the places of origin as if they were surnames: Malbec from Gualtallary, Malbec from Las Compuertas, Malbec from the Calchaquí Valley. If the common factor in this lineage is the variety, the origin is the new mystery.
To open a bottle of wine is to start a journey: in the nuances of colour one can imagine the skies of a region; in the aromas, the perfume; and in the touch and taste, the hidden treasures. But what if, instead of opening the bottle, you decide to see everything with your own eyes? For those adventurous enough, Argentina boasts some of the most fascinating corners of the Southern Cone.
Argentina is a rarity in the universe of wine: Located in the new world, it works more like an old country. And Perdriel, a terroir with more than one hundred years to its name, is the perfect example of what the past can do for the future of wine.
The province of Mendoza produces the greatest amount of Malbec in the country, and the nuances of the different areas become relevant when choosing a wine. So how does it differ?