You can travel to see a cathedral, a beach or sink into a forest on the shores of a quiet lake. Or, you can cross the world in search of a bottle of wine, an unknown flavour. One does not invalidate the other. But if your motivations are among the latter, I would put Argentina in your agenda: in addition to Torrontés and Malbec, and the many blends and sparkling wines on offer, they are also delicious treats for you to discover and enjoy.
A brief history of Trapiche Trapiche’s story began in 1883, in a small vineyard called ‘El Trapiche’, in Mendoza, Argentina’s main winemaking region. With more than 130 years of experience,…
Born in Argentina to French parents, Patricio Gouguenheim's love for wine started at the age of 7 when he was given a little bit of wine (mixed with sparkling water) with every meal.
After years of investment in key Argentine wine areas, TAPIZ proudly presents its lines, which express the best of the different terroirs.
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…
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…
Argentina has several of these wines. Of course, like all cult labels, they are best kept secret!
There are dozens of titles that teach you more about Argentina and its wines.