Patricia Courtois: “My cooking reflects the story that every wine has to tell”. The chef making her mark on several of the top winery restaurants in the country offers an insight into how she approaches each project.
Franco Bastías: an interview with the agricultural engineer at Domaine Bousquet, the fourth winery and first outside of the United States to achieve prestigious certification in soil regeneration.
In this post I tell you about my first trip to the Uco Valley in Mendoza, one of the most important viticultural regions in the world.
The king of reds expresses itself differently depending on which region it comes from, making for a vast range of flavors and experiences.
Daniela Mezzatesta: Head of Research, Development and Vineyard Sustainability at Terrazas de los Andes, tells us about her work and shares her thoughts on the role of women in the wine industry.
Argentine Pinot Noir: from north to south and east to west, the challenging variety is expressing its true character to the full.
The calcareous soils, distinctive climate dominated by winds from the Atlantic, innovative winemaking techniques and years of research have resulted in a new distinction from the National Viticultural Institute.
Carla Dal Borgo, the President of the Association of Women in Salta Wine celebrates the work being done to empower women in viticulture in her province. The institution has been running for three years and continues to add new members from a range of different fields.
The province in northern Argentina has a range of different cultural options to offer including a number of museums dedicated to local history and tradition. Here we share three that you won’t want to miss out on.
Just minutes from the provincial capital, these wineries take you on a journey through different flavors, nature and history.