Bodega Luigi Bosca: the vision that changed the history of Argentine wine
Bodega Nieto Senetiner is a leader in taking a comprehensive approach to sustainability and corporate social responsibility. From regenerating the soil to reducing the use of pesticides and community commitment, the winery has a clear vision of its sustainable business model and links with its local community.
In the wine region of Cafayate (in the province of Salta, Argentina), Bodega El Porvenir de Cafayate stands out for its long history and restless quest for excellence.
Located in Perdriel, Luján de Cuyo, the heart of a storied region of Mendoza where some of the best Argentine wines are made, Bodega Mauricio Lorca Autor de Vinos is taking the lead in the fields of sustainability, innovation and the ongoing quest for world-class excellence.
Wineries investing in education. A range of establishments are investing in different projects and initiatives to help train their workers and provide education to their local communities.
Five essential bars in Mendoza. A brief guide for tourists and travelers. Surprises that lie in store in the heartland of Argentine wine.
With over 6000 hectares under vine between the Velasco and Famatina Sierras, teams of committed professionals and an eagerness to grow, La Rioja can also boast its own distinct grape variety, Torrontés Riojana, which is joined in local vineyards by Bonarda, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.
Agustín Balbi is the first Argentine chef to win a Michelin star in Asia. On a visit to Argentina, the talented cook talks to us about his working philosophy, his view of the local food scene, innovation in the kitchen, and future challenges.
Young but with extensive experience, Ana Paula Bartolucci is the first woman to be named Chef de Cave at Bodegas Chandon. Talent, a vision for the future and a family passion.
The origins of the Trevelin GI. Settled in the late 19th century by Welsh immigrants, Trevelin is one of the jewels of both Chubut and Argentine viticulture. The emerging wine industry in the region has managed to forge its own identity, creating distinctive and exciting wines that reflect the character of this remote corner of Argentine Patagonia.