Andrea Donadio shares her thoughts on sommellerie in Argentina and the importance of women in the industry as she takes a break from her intensive training for the World Championship
Finca Flichman: Founded in 1910 in Barrancas, Maipú, Finca Flichman is one of the oldest wineries in Mendoza: their wines are considered part of Argentina’s viticultural heritage and are popular across the world.
Alejandro Vigil: the President of Wines of Argentina is calling for greater integration across the different sectors of the industry in response to the significant challenges that will be faced by wine industry this year.
The wines of Cafayate: stunning landscapes, tradition and nature in a land where wineries thrive.
Everyone knows that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But what about a wine by its label? When you’re standing in the wine section of a supermarket, you’re…
ira Wines: the Argentine experts in Sangiovese talk about the challenges involved in restoring the legacy of Italian winemakers in Mendoza and establishing their brand.
Sustainability at Bodega Lagarde: the centennial winery in Luján de Cuyo is implementing a working philosophy in which sustainability plays a key role, establishing strategic alliances across the region and expanding internationally.
Wines of Jujuy: the second part of my exploration of the wineries of the Quebrada de Humahuaca, in northern Argentina.
Valeria Gamper named as one of the 50 most influential women in the world of wine in 2022. The Argentine professional who was recently named as the Best Sommelier of the Americas was included in the 50 Women in Wine & Spirits Awards for 2022 and so continues to receive acclaim as she prepares for the 2023 World Cup.
B Wineries in Mendoza: The “B ecosystem” promotes companies that are evaluated for more than profitability, according to parameters that take into account the wellbeing of people, society and nature. Five Argentine wineries have received B certification.