Argentina, Portugal, Spain with Special Guest
Portuguese wines are made from a blend of several different types of grapes, so it's handy to have a list. A wine labeled as "Garrafeira" indicates that the winemaker invested in additional oak aging—it's a bit like "Reserva" in Spain. Argentina is one of the most important wine-producing countries in the New World, and the largest producer of wine in South America. Spain, wines are classified into different wine regions, each with their own set of wine laws and quality standards. Currently, Spain has 69 major wine regions, the more correct term being “Designation of Origin” (D.O.).