If you love bold Malbecs and grilled grass-fed Argentinean steak as much as we do, now's the time to plan a visit to one of the most stunning wine regions on earth. Argentina's wine capitalMendoza, just reopened its international airport after a major expansion. That’s great news for the smart 
wine lovers who flock here, to what’s essentially South America’s Napa Valley: a sun-bathed, insanely scenic region in the foothills of the Andes, famed for its stellar Malbecs (among other wines), architecturally arresting wineries and world-class restaurants. Behold a weekend itinerary well worth an intercontinental flight. —Nora Walsh

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