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Get to know our regions
One of the biggest countries in its part of the world, Argentina is highly diverse in climates and regions, producing wines across more than 2,000 kilometres from north to south. In the west, the Andes shape the weather, while their waters are vital for irrigation. Argentina’s regions are grouped into four zones: the high-altitude vineyards in the north, the arid interior region of Cuyo, the plains of Patagonia and the Atlantic zone in the south. Red wines predominate, with Malbec being the most iconic grape variety, together with the white variety Torrontés Riojano.