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.
Regenerative agriculture in Argentina: in order to ensure that future generations will continue to be able to grow vines and make wine, wineries in Argentina are increasingly choosing to implement sustainable practices and philosophies in the vineyards and obtaining prestigious certifications as well as excellent results.
4 new luxury wine lodges in Mendoza. Wineries are providing new options for discerning visitors. Boutique hotels in the middle of vineyards, high-end restaurants and unique natural experiences.
In Mendoza an initiative has been developed to allow the deaf and hearing impaired to learn key wine terms through Argentine Sign Language. Available on a free app in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese, the tool is continuously expanding.
The variety is winning over winemakers and consumers from across the world thanks to the levels of excellence it has reached in a range of terroirs across the country. An ever more prestigious choice.
The Argentine Association of Sommeliers held the ninth edition of their Best Sommelier in Argentina 2022 competition entirely in Mendoza, the country’s leading wine region, for the first time. The…
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A visit to the vineyards of San Javier in Traslasierra, a provincial viticultural hotspot.
The Head of Tourism and Hospitality at Bodega Santa Julia and Zuccardi Valle de Uco shares her outlook about a sector that is becoming a key pillar in the growth of Argentine wine.