MICHELIN Guide in Argentina. The famous MICHELIN Guide has come to Argentina to fulfill the dreams of chefs and diners alike. A secret team is carrying out its first tour of Buenos Aires and Mendoza to determine which restaurants deserve the prestigious honor. Why this is excellent news for the Argentine tourist and wine industries.
July 27 is international Shiraz Day. Originally from Persia, the variety found a welcoming home in France before spreading across the world. How much Syrah is produced and drunk in Argentina?
The recent 2023 harvest will go down as one of the most turbulent in recent memory. The 2023 season was a year of sharp ups and downs: the weather ensured the lowest yields since 1960, inevitably meaning that some producers lost out, although others were able to ride out the storm and end up ahead.
Famous for its landscapes and many attractions, San Rafael is an obligatory stop on any visit to Mendoza. The area’s celebrated adventure tourism and wine routes through wineries and vineyards make for a complete experience.
12 women winemakers making waves on the Argentine wine scene. Argentine women winemakers are transforming the wine scene with creativity, ideas and hard work.
Argentine wine label design. In Mendoza, three design studios share their thoughts about the surge in interest in Argentine design in overseas markets.
Mendoza restaurants with B certification: So-called “B-businesses” seek to use their place in society to create social, environmental and economic value. Of the 193 companies that have obtained this certification in Argentina, seven are gastronomic projects and four are in Mendoza.
Everyone knows that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But what about a wine by its label? When you’re standing in the wine section of a supermarket, you’re…
Valeria Gamper named as one of the 50 most influential women in the world of wine in 2022. The Argentine professional who was recently named as the Best Sommelier of the Americas was included in the 50 Women in Wine & Spirits Awards for 2022 and so continues to receive acclaim as she prepares for the 2023 World Cup.
B Wineries in Mendoza: The “B ecosystem” promotes companies that are evaluated for more than profitability, according to parameters that take into account the wellbeing of people, society and nature. Five Argentine wineries have received B certification.