The Head of Tourism and Hospitality at Bodega Santa Julia and Zuccardi Valle de Uco shares her outlook about a sector that is becoming a key pillar in the growth of Argentine wine.
Following a globetrotting career that has seen him work in the United Kingdom, Spain and the United States, the sommelier from Córdoba has earned a title of great prestige in the world of sommellerie, becoming the first person from Argentina to do so.
The king of reds expresses itself differently depending on which region it comes from, making for a vast range of flavors and experiences.
Argentine White Malbec: the evolution of the variety has resulted in some unusual innovations including the rise of a category that now spans at least ten different labels.
Argentine Torrontés: with 9500 hectares under vine with the variety, it is the most commonly grown white grape in Argentina and an icon of the country’s wine scene.
Wines of Argentina: the country may be famous for its Malbec but it has a lot more to offer.
New styles of Argentine Malbec: as the country explores its many different terroirs and expands its range, the world embraces the country’s iconic variety.
An organization founded to support Argentine wineries that employ organic methods and implement sustainable protocols.
Vinhas de cepas mediterrâneas na Argentina: alguns produtores direcionaram suas bússolas às cepas do Ródano e formaram um pequeno grupo que produz vinhos fascinantes na Argentina.
Petrus, Romanee Conti, Masseto and To Kalon are wines known world-wide for being the best of the best and they all have something in common: they come from vineyards that…