Restaurants in Buenos Aires are paying homage to one of the great national treasures. Here we share four fabulous options for eating and drinking some of the best wines out there.
Marcela Rienzo, the new President of the Argentine Sommelier Association, shares her thoughts about promoting Argentine wine and the challenges facing her in her new role.
Michelin Star Carito Lourenço. The first woman chef from Argentina to win a Michelin star, Carito Lourenço, is the owner of the Fierro restaurant in Valencia, Spain. Here, she shares her thoughts about the status of women in the field, her love for Argentine wines and her forthcoming projects.
Malbec World Day 2023. Malbec offers a range of styles that go wonderfully with different dishes found in Argentine cuisine such as pasta and milanesas. Here we share a couple of recipes from top chefs.
They’re all women chefs from Argentina and each in their own way is bringing out the true gastronomic wealth of their terroir with natural expression and a passion for food. …
Everyone knows that the life of a city is defined by its bars and cafés and in Buenos Aires that's especially true. Cafés are part of the DNA of the…
Parrilla barbecue restaurants will always have a significant standing in Buenos Aires (there are several high end versions such as Don Julio, which features regularly on lists of the best…
Patricia Courtois: “My cooking reflects the story that every wine has to tell”. The chef making her mark on several of the top winery restaurants in the country offers an insight into how she approaches each project.
Franco Bastías: an interview with the agricultural engineer at Domaine Bousquet, the fourth winery and first outside of the United States to achieve prestigious certification in soil regeneration.
The calcareous soils, distinctive climate dominated by winds from the Atlantic, innovative winemaking techniques and years of research have resulted in a new distinction from the National Viticultural Institute.