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.
The Argentine milanesa, an icon of local cuisine. An ever present on domestic menus, milanesas are a perfect snack combining two of the country’s great gastronomic treasures: beef and wheat. Here we share the master recipe.
The Andes mountain range has a lot more to it than the one can glean from a postcard of snowy peaks. In fact, throughout its diverse geography one finds salt…
Time for an Argentine vermouth: the wineries driving a new trend. In recent years, wine professionals have been innovating with a drink that has a long history in Argentina.
Winter wines and dishes: what could be better to celebrate the end of winter than a hearty meal and a glass of wine? Here we offer three options to enjoy with three different wines.
The end of the year: bubble season: it’s the end of the year and sparkling wines are the stars; an essential part of every party.
Wine and chocolate, the winter challenge. It’s time to get serious about the two most delicious things on the planet and have fun working out some of the best combinations.
Wines of Argentina: the country may be famous for its Malbec but it has a lot more to offer.
The different kinds of wine glass: I thought they were just there to look classy but I’ve learned that wine tastes much better when you use the right glass.
Corbeau Wines, renewing the east of Mendoza with an investment in Ancellotta. Corbeau Wines is a winery that took a bet on a grape variety unknown in Argentina to produce original wines that once again demonstrate the rich variety of the Argentine wine scene.