Biodynamic wines in Argentina. The farming method has grown by more than 60% across Argentina in just five years. Through collaboration and experimentation, more and more wineries are putting their trust in the philosophy.
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.
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.
Regenerative viticulture. Taking organic viticulture a step further, many wineries are implementing methods to restore the health of the soil, leaving behind monoculture and bringing back native bush and forest.
National Wine Day. For the past 14 years, Americans have dedicated May 25 to celebrating viticulture, glass in hand.
Organic viticulture in Argentina. Relying on natural quality and diversity, more and more hectares in Argentina are turning their backs on chemical products.
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.
International Sauvignon Blanc Day is celebrated on the first Friday of May and calls attention to a variety that is increasingly standing out in the world of whites.
Wines of San Rafael. Boutique wineries, big labels, and a dreamy landscape combine for an unmissable experience.
Martina Galeano, the oenologist at Bodegas Casarena, explains how climate change is affecting viticulture and how it can be counteracted.