Tempranillo, the Pleasant Surprise of the Buenos Aires Wine Scene

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After spending a week in Buenos Aires with the aim of drinking “enough Malbec and Torrontes to drown an army,” Tyler Bailliet came away with two major conclusions.

  1. The lesser known varietals of Argentine wines, like Tempranillo are damn good – Santa Julia Reserva was the favorite.
  2. Most of the Malbecs that can be found in Argentine restaurants, can also be found in the US, albeit at much higher prices.

Via SecondGlass

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