The cream of the crop of Latin American cuisine arrived in Argentina to celebrate the 7th edition of Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants. Vino Argentino was enjoyed by the who’s who of the global culinary scene, in Buenos Aires.
All harvests are causes for celebration, but the really good ones are celebrated with a lot of noise. Nobody is hiding their enthusiasm about the exceptional 2019 harvest.
Consumers are beginning to accept Cabernet Franc as a varietal in regions that are betting on its expression as a differential.
The history of Malbec is undoubtedly one of the most colourful and yet little known stories about wine.
It is increasingly common that, when talking about Argentine Malbec, consumers and specialists cite the places of origin as if they were surnames: Malbec from Gualtallary, Malbec from Las Compuertas, Malbec from the Calchaquí Valley. If the common factor in this lineage is the variety, the origin is the new mystery.
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.