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.
If all we do in Argentina is speak about red wine, it is because, until now the white universe has been vacant. But now a new breed of wines and winemakers are laying the foundation for a future of freshness.
Unique in the world, this province in northwestern Argentina offers stunning mountains, giant cacti and unforgettable wines.
There are two asados, one is the ritual of preparing it and the other is the ritual of cooking it. In Argentina, it is a huge event of eating delicious meat and drinking good wines, which no traveller should miss.
This April 17th, for the fifth consecutive year, we will be holding Malbec World Day, a celebration created and established by Wines of Argentina, the organization responsible for the promotion…
Argentina offers many different styles of Malbec. Most of them from Mendoza, but there are a handful of other Malbec’s worth discovering.
It is the most widely planted red grape, the most exported and the one that best represents each terroir of the country. But why does it not have this significance in other countries? The answer is in its long history.
The Institute of Wine and Pisco of the San Martin de Porres University announced on March 26 the introduction of the Manuel Pablo Oleachea Du Bois award to recognise individuals…
The province of Mendoza produces the greatest amount of Malbec in the country, and the nuances of the different areas become relevant when choosing a wine. So how does it differ?
For some more surprises, it’s worth looking out for these varieties and labels.