Argentine shine - 100 TNs
10 Oct 2008 by Jancis Robinson
Almost all wine-producing countries are making better and better wines every year but I am seriously impressed by how much more refined Argentine wines are today than they were even two or three years ago. I may well be wrong but this seems to have happened less as a response to market demand - Argentina's most important export market the US seems to like their Argentine wine big'n'beefy - and more as a result of producers' sensibilities. I salute them in a very selfish way as I personally particularly appreciate the new finesse to be found in some of the country's top wines. I have not done a numerical analysis but I cannot remember...

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