It is a cold winter morning in Mendoza. The vineyard, peeled and in full pruning, looks puny compared with last summer’s foliage. But that’s okay, that’s the cycle of the vine. Now, when there is not much to see, is interestingly when the most important decisions are taken about the following...
A classic tango says that twenty years is nothing. For wines however, twenty vintages is enough to achieve many things. At least in Argentina, where a generational change has turned some of the more established concepts in wine upside down: from a new aesthetic to a different taste, something exciting...
One of the strongest trends within the wine industry in Argentina is the search for differentiation by terroir. And ‘parcels’ are emerging as the key to the future.
Some reds have found their way into the great collections of the world. If you’re thinking of putting a few away for a rainy day, which ones are a good bet?
Inhospitable and colossal, Argentinian Patagonia is famous for its stunning glaciers, snow-capped volcanoes, huge forests and vast deserts. Within this vastness, there is a unique wine region with reds that expresses its unique character.
Much more than World Class Wines, Argentina offers the historical strata of wines. In this article, we discuss the three most important.
To anyone familiar with the reds of Bordeaux or the Veneto region of Italy, Argentine reds boast a unique colour: from the moment it splashes into the glass, the first thing you notice is its intensity — a dark violet red, like the night — a dense colour that you cannot see through. And that […]
Every wine producing country has its own way of deciding what constitutes a reserve wine and which ones correspond to a denomination of origin. These are the basic concepts with regards to Argentina.
Argentina is a rarity in the universe of wine: Located in the new world, it works more like an old country. And Perdriel, a terroir with more than one hundred years to its name, is the perfect example of what the past can do for the future of wine.