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The world is awash in vineyards, but of those tens of thousands of those wine growing gardens, some are more worthy of attention than others. For decades, the wines of Argentina were grape pariahs, dismissed as purple swill or worse. Then in 2001, the unbelievable happened: An Argentine Malbec blend gained worldwide recognition and the country suddenly emerged as a major wine region. How did it happen? To answer the question, wine specialist journalist Ian Mount went to the scene, thus providing us with a captivating view at the intricate alchemy behind the tastes we love. Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.