Wouldn’t it be nice to be somewhere else?
Somewhere on the other side of the world, perhaps, where it’s summer turning into fall instead of spring turning into summer.
How about Argentina?
What a beautiful country, bookmarked by the Andes and the Atlantic. If we can’t be there in body, we can be there in the glass – the wine glass, that is. Famous for the dry red wines they make from the grape Malbec at vineyards around the country, a very popular one is from Alamos Vineyard (Alamos Wines) in the Mendoza region in west central Argentina.
The winery’s website describes its world-renowned wine as offering “layers of dark cherry and blackberry with a velvety mouthfeel.” It is consistently tasty and very affordable. One sniff and it’s high-altitude sunshine with hot days and cool nights.
check them out at almamoswinesus.com
Take me away.