south america

Even though Argentina and Chile are by far the most famous of the wine producing regions in South America, they are not the only ones. Mexico (technically not really South America, but south of the U.S.) has some very old vineyards that date to the days of the Spanish missions, Brazil has a small but vibrant industry and produces some delicious sparkling wines in the style of an Italian Moscato and Uruguay has become known for the robust wines based on the French grape, Tannat.

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