The Drinks Business has published its list of the top 100 Global Wine Masters and it includes 6 professionals from the Argentine viticultural scene.
Wineries investing in education. A range of establishments are investing in different projects and initiatives to help train their workers and provide education to their local communities.
Five essential bars in Mendoza. A brief guide for tourists and travelers. Surprises that lie in store in the heartland of Argentine wine.
With over 6000 hectares under vine between the Velasco and Famatina Sierras, teams of committed professionals and an eagerness to grow, La Rioja can also boast its own distinct grape variety, Torrontés Riojana, which is joined in local vineyards by Bonarda, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.
Agustín Balbi is the first Argentine chef to win a Michelin star in Asia. On a visit to Argentina, the talented cook talks to us about his working philosophy, his view of the local food scene, innovation in the kitchen, and future challenges.
Young but with extensive experience, Ana Paula Bartolucci is the first woman to be named Chef de Cave at Bodegas Chandon. Talent, a vision for the future and a family passion.
The origins of the Trevelin GI. Settled in the late 19th century by Welsh immigrants, Trevelin is one of the jewels of both Chubut and Argentine viticulture. The emerging wine industry in the region has managed to forge its own identity, creating distinctive and exciting wines that reflect the character of this remote corner of Argentine Patagonia.
Six non-winery restaurants in Mendoza. The boom in oenotourism is attracting more and more visitors with high gastronomic expectations and Mendoza is meeting them brilliantly.
At the Sustenta-Vitis Forum, the first conference on sustainability in the Argentine wine industry organized by WofA, specialists from different parts of the world came to the country, touring wineries and sharing their views on national viticulture.
Inés De Los Santos has wanted to work in cocktails since before the internet existed, let alone cocktail bars or women mixologists. But, she says, she always liked a challenge. Respected by her colleagues, chefs and followers, today she runs CoChinChina (which recently came in 26th in The 50 Best Bars list), and Köna together with Narda Lepes and dreams of retiring to Mendoza to make her own wines.