Not long ago I was visiting friends in Luján, Argentina, and, as usual, I got lost. I should note that the closest thing I had to a GPS was NOTHING.
So, I walked through different streets and asked people that passed by to help me miraculously make it to the address I was supposed to be at. At that point, I was delayed several hours.
I walked and walked and noticed that I was walking on the same streets more than once, until a street sign caught my attention: "Alzaga and Pinot". Is it "that" Pinot? I decided to get in there and see what that was about. That's how I found a great surprise, even though I have lived in this county all my life.
I suddenly discovered that there was a clearly marked area of streets with names of varietals: Lambrusco, Malbec, Chenin, Pinot... anyway, here is a map where you can take a look: