Some great newcomers from Argentina
11 May 2010 by Jancis Robinson
Argentina is without doubt a source of increasing interest to wine lovers in search of wines with real personality and individuality. As outlined in Even Malbecs want to be Pinot Noirs nowadays , wines made from the country's signature grape variety Malbec have been becoming increasingly sophisticated. And the spread of successful wine styles has widened considerably in the last few years. Here are notes from a selection of some of the newest wines from two of the UK's more enterprising importers of Argentine wines. You can read notes on a similar tasting held a year ago in Great value from Argentina . Wines are listed in...

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