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(From Off Licence News)
A great big juicy steak, sizzling and crackling as it's pri sed off the barbie, served with a deep crimson glass of Malbec. For some people, this is as good as Argentine cuisine - or indeed, any cuisine - gets. Can you improve on perfection? Perhaps not. But you can certainly spend some quality time exploring what other food and wine combinations Argentina has to offer, and there are plenty of them.
Five hundred years of wine culture, and a considerable European influence (the Italians, the Germans and even the Welsh have left their mark) means that Argentina has a pretty strong tradition of combining its culinary and vinous talents. …