Sundays are equally tedious the world over. In Argentina, however, there are two things that can break the monotony of the weekend: in the afternoons there is football along with its crazed fans, but before at midday, there is pasta with family and friends all gathered around the table.
It is a cold winter morning in Mendoza. The vineyard, peeled and in full pruning, looks puny compared with last summer’s foliage. But that’s okay, that's the cycle of the…
A classic tango says that twenty years is nothing. For wines however, twenty vintages is enough to achieve many things. At least in Argentina, where a generational change has turned…
One of the strongest trends within the wine industry in Argentina is the search for differentiation by terroir. And ‘parcels’ are emerging as the key to the future.
Much more than World Class Wines, Argentina offers the historical strata of wines. In this article, we discuss the three most important.
Over the years, Argentines have brought various dishes to the table which have their own pairings. What are the most typical and curious of these? Here we take a journey of the palate.
Every wine producing country has its own way of deciding what constitutes a reserve wine and which ones correspond to a denomination of origin. These are the basic concepts with regards to Argentina.
Argentina is a rarity in the universe of wine: Located in the new world, it works more like an old country. And Perdriel, a terroir with more than one hundred years to its name, is the perfect example of what the past can do for the future of wine.
If all we do in Argentina is speak about red wine, it is because, until now the white universe has been vacant. But now a new breed of wines and winemakers are laying the foundation for a future of freshness.
There are two asados, one is the ritual of preparing it and the other is the ritual of cooking it. In Argentina, it is a huge event of eating delicious meat and drinking good wines, which no traveller should miss.