Sundays are equally tedious the world over. In Argentina, however, there are two things that can break the monotony of the weekend: in the afternoons there is football along with its crazed fans, but before at midday, there is pasta with family and friends all gathered around the table.
In total there were 100 guests who enjoyed the wines from Argentina and eight wineries that participated and with their presence contributed to the possibility of strengthening the bond between the audience and Argentine wine.
With the wineries all grouped together to reclaim their famous terroir, the wines of southern Mendoza are en route to the global stage with a unique style.
Ontario, Canada remains one of the most important export markets for Argentine wines.
I am constantly being asked in classes, lectures, tastings and informal chats what the best Social Wine Network is for storing, evaluating and sharing experiences. And my answer is always…
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…
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…
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.