In addition to the highest and most southerly in the world, there are also several that are notable for more esoteric reasons. Below is a list of some of the most interesting and extreme
Wines of Argentina presents a new edition of its educational programme: ‘ARGENTINA 3D – A TRAINING COURSE FOR SOMMELIERS’.
The terroirs of Argentina: what’s distinctive about the geography of the country compared to other wine regions?
Of course, tradition is important in the wine industry but so are new ideas. Business success and sustainability depend on ample helpings of both: one needs to keep an eye…
Biologically aged wines: a handful of oenologists are exploring an ancient tradition to produce a new wave of wines made with flor.
Argentine locro to celebrate a national holiday: a step by step recipe and the best wines to accompany the regional specialty.
Argentine Chardonnay, an increasingly alluring choice: International Chardonnay Day is coming up and offers an ideal opportunity to learn more about the different wines made from the grape and to discover one or two new producers and regions. For instance, have you ever tried an Argentine Chardonnay?
It’s time to put on your apron! On this occasion we have for you a recipe for chipa. Hallowed bread of the riverside provinces of Misiones, Corrientes and Formosa and…
Petrus, Romanee Conti, Masseto and To Kalon are wines known world-wide for being the best of the best and they all have something in common: they come from vineyards that…
Argentine Malbec and veggie food; in addition to going very well with meat, the iconic grape’s versatility means that it has a range of styles that pair perfectly with vegetarian and vegan cooking.