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.
There are bodegas that have restaurants, offer bike rides and even hot air ballooning, but only a handful of them have museums, where you get more than just good photos.
More and more these days chefs are setting foot in the fincas of Mendoza, carrying their pots and pans and planting themselves firmly under the shade of Jacaranda trees along the Paraná River or catching one of the thousand trout jumping out of the rivers in Patagonia. Their motivation lies in finding...
Anna and Eric are a young couple. Right now, at a small table at neoyorkino coffee, finalising details for their next trip. She was born in London but now does bar work at one of the many trendy bars of Manhattan. Eric is from Chicago, and has just got his title of sommelier in New […]
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In Argentina, women are holding key positions more and more these days. The wine industry is no stranger to this healthy trend. It is a relatively new phenomenon, however, which started with some pioneers in the 1980s and 1990s, such as the winemaker Susana Balbo, the first woman to graduate in enology...