How some Argentina winemakers now give prominence to the “terroir”

La Celia's Terruño line is a great exponent of this growing trend in which winemakers throughout the country seek to give more prominence to terroir.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Argentina, winemakers have turned to making products that reflect the philosophy of the wineries, the work of their winemaking teams, and, above all, that speak of their regions of origin.

This is how wines from Patagonia, the Northwest, and the Cuyo region can be identified. And, in turn, within Mendoza, the areas are increasingly differentiated, as the wines reflect the qualities of each place.

Wineries such as La Celia, a pioneer in the Uco Valley, are great exponents of developing projects where wines express their origin. The protagonist is the "terroir", and the intervention in . . .

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