Argentinian mountains produce winning chardonnay

05/1/2013 | Washington Post, The

While it is typically known for its malbec, Argentina is also turning out an impressive chardonnay. The high altitude in the Andes mountains offers intense sunlight and cool temperatures, while the surrounding plant life adds a lingering citrus flavor to the refreshing white wine.

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