Andes

There's a grape in the same mould that I have always enjoyed. It comes from Argentina and is called Torrontes. Widespread popularity has possibly been held back by the variety's particularly pungent floral character. Some examples have such a powerful wafting perfume that it is enough to put many wine drinkers off.
Countries from South and Central America have been setting culinary trends recently and now Ecuador is making the running.
One of the first things I was taught in school about Peru's geography was the beauty of its three main geographical areas; the coast, the mountains and the jungle; la costa, la sierra y la selva. Here you can find many treasures that are blessed with a wide variety of climates and soils to grow many ingredients.
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano is spewing fire and ash more than 2.5 miles into the sky, and some communities have begun to