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Worldview 7.23.12

A worker lugs crates of fresh-harvest grapes from the fields to a farm trucks, that will take their fruit to wineries west of Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2006. (AP/Natacha Pisarenko)

This episode of Worldview was originally broadcast on June 4, 2012. 

Monday on Worldview:

Our Food Mondays segment serves up the fascinating 400-year history of Argentinian wine. Ian Mount, author of The Vineyard at the End of the World: Maverick Winemakers and the Rebirth of Malbec, joins Worldview to discuss how a wine Mecca arose in the Andean desert to make Argentina a modern wine-making powerhouse.

Then, a special piece from the WorldVision Report: Peru Negro, the Peruvian dance troupe, treats audiences to music and dance from nearly two dozen performers. But the group represents something deeper than just a night out. Cynthia Graber met with members of the troupe in Lima, Peru's capitol.

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