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Exploring the greatness of South American wine
By Mick Huerta

Sitting in the Hotel Rosario del Lago, having lunch while enjoying a view of Lake Titicaca, my companion and I sipped a Franc Colombard from Bolivian winery Campos de Solana. In that moment, it occurred to me that the world would not associate wine—let alone good wine—with Bolivia. Bolivia wine = oxymoron? Well, no. In fact, just the opposite is true.

Let’s put some thought to this South American wines question. Yes, Chile—with big money from France—has long made huge inroads into the world wine market. However, in the past, to sip the best of Argentina required going to the city of Mendoza, in the Cuyo Region, hiring a taxi for the day and visiting three wineries per day for three days running. The result was a saucing that was well worth the education.

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