The Great Outdoors: Patagonia, Argentina
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Why Go: Patagonia is the ultimate off-the-grid wine destination for explorers and adventurers. Visit in September, during the Argentinian spring, for a hiking trip through the southern tip of the Andes, and end up in the northern section Neuquen for a well-deserved respite.

Top Wine: Malbec is the wine to drink in Patagonia; specifically, the 92 Chaltén 2009 Gran Reserva Malbec is a steal at less than $20.

Don’t Miss: Bodega NQN, a beautiful, modern winery with fabulous views and a host of excellent wines and equally excellent food pairings at its restaurant, Malma Resto Bar.