Argentina was the 5. largest wine producing country in 2014, and has established a reputation for good wine.
The region of Mendoza, in the foothills of the Andes, is the largest wine region in the country.
Mendoza produces wine at both high and low altitudes which creates unique flavors and consistencies.
New World wines are produced outside the traditional winegrowing areas of Europe:
Old World wines are produced in countries with a long wine production history: