Unique in the world, this province in northwestern Argentina offers stunning mountains, giant cacti and unforgettable wines.
Argentina offers many different styles of Malbec. Most of them from Mendoza, but there are a handful of other Malbec’s worth discovering.
The province of Mendoza produces the greatest amount of Malbec in the country, and the nuances of the different areas become relevant when choosing a wine. So how does it differ?
In Japan they’re experts and in England they’re social drinkers, while in the USA they’re crazy about pairing. In this article, a return to the world of women in wine.
New interpretations of terroir are offering more styles and opening the gustatory range of our country. Three key examples.
Stony heights versus low plains, four terroirs that define two distinct identities of Argentine wine.
From the sea to the mountains, a new wine industry is growing in Argentina and outlining curious regions with wines that promise a revolution in the glass.
Argentine empanadas are a speciality, like asados (BBQ) or facturas (pastries). The best way to classify them is by origin, as each region has its own recipe, and each recipe…
The classic formula of Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot is giving way to new proposals at the hand of atypical varieties and wine blends which are gaining expression. Which combinations…
The variety had become the wine of the moment in markets like the United States and England, then pushed by the Australians with their sweet, modern reds, a style that…