The world’s next great wine destination

Terraced vines and spindly olive trees form a patchwork quilt over gently rolling hills, which are themselves covered by a maze of powdery dirt roads. Follow one of these bumpy paths far enough and you’ll find an olive oil mill, a farm-to-table restaurant and a hilltop winery. In fact, if you squint a bit, this place could pass for the famed Italian wine region of Tuscany — that is, if you can overlook the wild capybaras (the world’s largest rodents) and ostrich-like rheas running through the vines. These creatures, of course, are telltale signs you’re in a totally different hemisphere on a completely different continent… (continue reading at CNN).

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