You can breathe in Mendoza's lifestyle when visiting Bodega Lagarde, a reflection of sisters Lucila and Sofía Pescarmona's passion for entertaining friends and visitors and combining the enchantment of a family-owned winery with the ultimate art of hospitality.
While Malbec is the best-known variety in Argentina, those who search a little deeper are surprised by the huge amount of styles and wines that exist. Among them, sparkling wines.
The Uco Valley is the hot topic of Argentine winemaking. Rankings, reviews and reports all say that it is THE place for wine.
Seldom in history has a wine producing country been seen to have so many strengths when it comes to promoting its products.
The British have a close link with wine. Not as producers, although every year their sparkling wines become more and more famous.
With its low profile, the second most cultivated varietal in Argentina has been renewed.
A flock of sheep roaming the vineyards and a llama sleeping under the shade of a poplar are the welcoming committee for a group of visitors at Bodegas Krontiras. Surprised…
Anyone who has tried more than three Malbec’s at any one time knows that a diversity of tastes and styles is what rules today in the variety. Over the past…
Between 7 - 21 August, Wines of Argentina received a group of 11 teachers from AROMA REPUBLIC.
The flagship grape of Argentina doesn’t escape from the classic varietal crossings. Denominated as Côt, Auxerrois o Pressac on different parts of France, it is a foreign that plays as local.