In terms of pairing, you could say that Malbec is a wine with everything to offer. Where a Cabernet is too tannic, Malbec offers a smooth texture; where a Sauvignon…
Wines of Argentina, the organization responsible for the promotion of the brand Vino Argentino in the world, has just launched a specific campaign for the US market. "Vino Argentino: A…
In February, as guests of Wines of Argentina, some of the heavy weights of the sommellerie world will arrive in our country: fifteen Master Sommeliers will visit Mendoza and Salta and attend a dozen seminars on wine from these lands.
Argentina is a country of wines that are worth discovering. Whether you’re an experienced drinker or a curious one, these lands offer a mosaic as wide as they are exciting:…
The winemaker of Catena Zapata has been awarded 100 points for two of his wines by Wine Advocate. Find out what they are.
After visiting Argentina, Michael Schachner shared the most interesting aspects of his trip in an exclusive interview with Wines of Argentina.
[:es]La amplia familia de uvas Criollas comienza a hacer ruido entre los wine lovers. A pesar de su antigua estirpe enológica, para muchos se trata de cepas exóticas y novedosas, tanto o más que el sabor de sus vinos.
The dynamics of Argentine winemaking need to be very attentive to its changes and developments. Those who retain a traditional image of this industry, with century-old wineries and large establishments that dominate the market with big brands should visit the latest publications on Argentine wines. Or allow yourself to visit its wine regions to discover that there are many curiosities to uncork.
A well made ceviche with ‘leche de tigre’ and a touch of spice is a dish that screams for a fresh, aromatic wine. Across the world, the natural partner for such a dish would normally be Sauvignon Blanc. In Argentina, however, it is not.
The forests of Ñires and Lengas climb the slopes of the mountains, practically touching the snow. In the heart of the Río Azul valley, the calm and persistent flow of the river, which explains at first glance its name, advances towards one of the most attractive water mirrors of the Argentine South, Lake Puelo. To the trained eye, these wine lands don't look at all like a viticultural landscape.