How does the food of the northernmost country in the Americas pair with the wines of the southernmost? In this article we invite you to join us as we embark on a multi-hemispheric journey of flavors.
Wines of Buenos Aires: not one of the famous winemaking regions, the Province of Buenos Aires has renewed a historic viticultural tradition with the development of wineries that have plenty to offer lovers of Argentine wine.
Neuquén, the modern face of Patagonian wine.
Red wines from Argentina: in addition to being the world’s leading producer of Malbec, several other red varieties take on a character in Argentina that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.
To celebrate Pinot Noir Day we look back over the variety’s history in different regions of the country and examine its diverse range of styles.
Bodega Araujo: 20 years after it was founded in Mendoza, the winery has developed a portfolio that is a clear expression of its terroir and respect for the family history.
A province where one finds unusual grape varieties and innovative winemaking techniques.
How to best enjoy Argentine wines for the summer and which ones to choose. Mountain whites, reds and unusual varieties.
The wine growing regions of Argentina are being charted with ever greater precision. Whereas just over a decade ago, geographic designations essentially followed political borders, lumping vast tracts of very different land in together, today producers are identifying the exact areas where meaningful distinctions can be made between local terroirs. This is certainly true of one of the newest Geographic Indications: San Pablo, which was approved in 2019.
Everyone is familiar with Chardonnay, a white grape variety grown in Argentina and all across the world. But it’s not so commonly known that it’s not actually the most extensively grown in the country. In fact, comes in third on a list of the varieties with the most surface area under vine in Argentina with 5863 hectares of a total, as of January 2021 of 35,845 hectares of white grape vines. So, which are the two most widely grown and what others make up the list of the top 12? What are the white varieties most commonly found in Argentina?