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It’s not the first country that comes to mind when you think of wine production, but Thailand is home to a growing viticulture industry.The six members of the Thai Wine Association produce about 800,000 bottles a year from locally grown grapes, and are all within a few hours’ drive of Bangkok, making them an easy add-on to a Thai vacation.Before the 1990s the harvest—said to be of at best modest quality—was mostly enjoyed domestically among its more than 40 million residents, but nowadays it’s the continent’s largest exporter, shipping more than 0,000 worth in 2010.The province of Mendoza, at the edge of the Andes and about 1,000 km west of Buenos Aires, is the largest wine region, with plenty of well-known red Malbec as well as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and an increasing amount of high-altitude plantings.
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Local specialties include Vinho Verde, “green” or “young” wine, light and fresh whites, reds and rosés characterized by their acidity and light carbonation and produced in the northwest; and Vinho de Porto, or port, a fortified wine—wine with distilled spirits added—from the mountainous Douro region.
Beyond these, the country’s winemakers offer plenty of variety for visitors to sample no matter which region they’re visiting.