There are many ways to recount a success: with a story, a tale or with numbers that describe trends. In terms of Malbec, we chose numbers, which say more than words. These are the digits that define Argentine Malbec. 1316. Pope John XXII founds the University of Cahors, in south-western France, where...
It is increasingly common that, when talking about Argentine Malbec, consumers and specialists cite the places of origin as if they were surnames: Malbec from Gualtallary, Malbec from Las Compuertas, Malbec from the Calchaquí Valley. If the common factor in this lineage is the variety, the origin is the new mystery.
Vinómanos has now finished tasting and reporting on the wines for the 2018 Malbec Report. Below are the main conclusions and trends that emerged from the tasting.
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 […]
The path of Malbec is also the way towards elevation: the developments of one and the other began at a time when Argentina was a wine country outside the planisphere. Now, as they converge on a high, distant point, that road and that history find their moment of apogee.
Wines of Argentina, the organisation responsible for the global image of Argentine wines, is working on the details of the seventh edition of World Malbec Day. Under the slogan "Malbec, the heart of Argentina" the celebrations will take place in the main cities around the world during the month of April,...