Argentine Merlot: the 7th of November is Merlot Day, when the world celebrates one of its most important grape varieties.
The D.O.C. Luján de Cuyo, first created in 1989 to promote Argentine Malbec, is refreshing its status with new wineries and promotional strategies.
Argentine olive oil: let us take you on a trip get to know the sacred oil of Mendoza, San Juan and La Rioja.
The characteristics of the soil and climate that make every bottle unique. The effect of altitude on vineyards.
New styles of Argentine Malbec: as the country explores its many different terroirs and expands its range, the world embraces the country’s iconic variety.
Several countries across the world are famous for their aromatic white wines. In places such as Greece, Hungary and Slovenia, discerning consumers scour the shelves in search of the distinctive…
Wines of Buenos Aires: not one of the famous winemaking regions, the Province of Buenos Aires has renewed a historic viticultural tradition with the development of wineries that have plenty to offer lovers of Argentine wine.
The wines of San Juan are undergoing a major transformation in which the restoration of old vineyards goes hand in hand with the development of distinctive terroirs and high end labels.
The province boasts stunning landscapes with an amazing palette of colors but also excellent wineries and a rich viticultural heritage.
Argentine canned wine includes sparkling wines, Pet Nats, whites, rosés, reds and even orange wines in dry, sweet and low and no alcohol versions. Wineries are making a big effort to reach younger drinkers and create new forms of consumption.