The production of organic and biodynamic wines is a growing trend across the world. Every year there are more winemakers who choose environmentally friendly practices, and those in Argentina are no exception.
To talk about Bonarda is to talk about Argentine wine. With 18,700 hectares this varietal is second only to Malbec with 42,000ha. Although one may be surprised to know that…
Aside from the production of organic wines, many producers have now joined the ranks of biodynamics and natural wine.
On August 30th, the world will celebrate Cabernet Sauvignon, the king of reds. What better way to join in the festivities than with a bottle of Argentine Cabernet?
After visiting Argentina, Michael Schachner shared the most interesting aspects of his trip in an exclusive interview with Wines of Argentina.
On October 31st, Martín Bruno, at just 34, became the best sommelier in Argentina at the 7th contest organized by the Argentine Association of Sommeliers (AAS). His is an exemplary career of what is today a profession in Argentina.
For a few years now Petit Verdot has been gaining popularity in Argentina as a varietal for its gustatory delights.
[:es]La amplia familia de uvas Criollas comienza a hacer ruido entre los wine lovers. A pesar de su antigua estirpe enológica, para muchos se trata de cepas exóticas y novedosas, tanto o más que el sabor de sus vinos.
The dynamics of Argentine winemaking need to be very attentive to its changes and developments. Those who retain a traditional image of this industry, with century-old wineries and large establishments that dominate the market with big brands should visit the latest publications on Argentine wines. Or allow yourself to visit its wine regions to discover that there are many curiosities to uncork.
For many, Malbec opened the door to the world of Argentine wine. Attracted by its aromas and flavours, wine lovers find the palate of Malbec smooth and juicy, a comfort…