Wineries in Maipú: we get back on the road to visit three wineries that deliver flavor, style and tradition not far from the capital of Mendoza
Organic vineyards from Argentina: the report documents the increase in the surface area of organic vineyards and certified wines produced to meet growing demand from consumers.
Patricia Courtois: “My cooking reflects the story that every wine has to tell”. The chef making her mark on several of the top winery restaurants in the country offers an insight into how she approaches each project.
Franco Bastías: an interview with the agricultural engineer at Domaine Bousquet, the fourth winery and first outside of the United States to achieve prestigious certification in soil regeneration.
Daniela Mezzatesta: Head of Research, Development and Vineyard Sustainability at Terrazas de los Andes, tells us about her work and shares her thoughts on the role of women in the wine industry.
Just minutes from the provincial capital, these wineries take you on a journey through different flavors, nature and history.
After several years work by oil producers in the province, the first ever GI for an olive oil from Argentina has been declared. It’s a significant honor as it is the first in Latin America and in the world outside of Europe and Tunisia.
Argentine Fairtrade wine: 4000 certified hectares are under vine in Mendoza and La Rioja. Several small wineries and producers are meeting demand for these wines in overseas markets. The benefits and future challenges.
Unconventional grape varieties in Argentina: grapes that arrived to the country mixed in with others that are now enriching the portfolios of several wineries.
Argentine White Malbec: the evolution of the variety has resulted in some unusual innovations including the rise of a category that now spans at least ten different labels.