Important features in Argentina’s growing regions include all of the following except:

This grape makes Argentina’s traditional, aromatic white wine:

Each of these grape varieties makes one of Argentina’s signature red wines:

The sub-regions of Luján de Cuyo, Maipú and Uco Valley are all located in Argentina’s wine capital where some 70% of the country’s grapes are grown:

Wine is meant to go with food and some of the top pairings for Malbec include all the following except:

Longer growing seasons associated with cooler temperatures contribute all the following to wine except:

The Andes Mountains provide all of the following except:

Río Negro and Neuquén, two of Argentina’s low-altitude growing regions, are located in:

All of these descriptors apply to wines made from Torrontés, except:

All of these descriptors apply to wines made from Bonarda, except:

From north to south, this is the correct order of six key regions:

Argentina’s most complex and age-worthy reds are made primarily from this grape variety:

These statements about Patagonia are all true except for:

The three key styles of Malbec include all the following except: