Llamas, sheep and geese is what you'll find roaming among some Argentine vineyards. If the classic picture postcard included mountains and rows of vines, there is now a bio version with animals. The reason? A small but growing reality called biodynamic wine from which more and more certified wines are arriving.
The dynamics of Argentine winemaking need to be very attentive to its changes and developments. Those who retain a traditional image of this industry, with century-old wineries and large establishments that dominate the market with big brands should visit the latest publications on Argentine wines. Or allow...
A well made ceviche with ‘leche de tigre’ and a touch of spice is a dish that screams for a fresh, aromatic wine. Across the world, the natural partner for such a dish would normally be Sauvignon Blanc. In Argentina, however, it is not.
There are many extreme places on the wine map: ones that define a particular character. Chardonnay for Chablis in France, and the uniqueness of Pinot Noir in Central Otago, New Zealand.
Wines of Argentina, the institution responsible for the global promotion of the brand “Vino Argentino”, organised an “Argentine Gastronomic Expedition: from the end of the world to Cafayate”, held between 4th and the 11th of May. Three distinguished chefs from Latin America were invited...
With a month full of activities paying homage to our flagship strain, Malbec has been strengthened as the flag of Argentine winemaking. Thousands of users around the world shared their toasts on social networks.
For many, Malbec opened the door to the world of Argentine wine. Attracted by its aromas and flavours, wine lovers find the palate of Malbec smooth and juicy, a comfort so pleasing. The next step is to advance onto blends of Malbec which opens up an enormous diversity of styles and flavours. Below, we go […]