National Wine Day. For the past 14 years, Americans have dedicated May 25 to celebrating viticulture, glass in hand.
Organic viticulture in Argentina. Relying on natural quality and diversity, more and more hectares in Argentina are turning their backs on chemical products.
Michelin Star Carito Lourenço. The first woman chef from Argentina to win a Michelin star, Carito Lourenço, is the owner of the Fierro restaurant in Valencia, Spain. Here, she shares her thoughts about the status of women in the field, her love for Argentine wines and her forthcoming projects.
International Sauvignon Blanc Day is celebrated on the first Friday of May and calls attention to a variety that is increasingly standing out in the world of whites.
Wines of San Rafael. Boutique wineries, big labels, and a dreamy landscape combine for an unmissable experience.
Martina Galeano, the oenologist at Bodegas Casarena, explains how climate change is affecting viticulture and how it can be counteracted.
In 1999, the renowned winemaker Federico Benegas Lynch began a personal project involving the production of premium wines. Today, the wines of Bodega Benegas are established as a guarantee of quality and are earning plaudits across the world. The winery also played a key role in the development of Cabernet Franc in Argentina.
The Luján de Cuyo Denomination of Controlled Origin is the perfect example of a temporal paradox: whereas the world of wine tends to governed by tradition, this DOC is proof that the future can arrive early.
5 fascinating facts about Malbec to toast to. A few facts about Argentina’s iconic grape variety that I learned on my first year in the country.
Foster Lorca is an example of what innovation, creativity and audacity can do for the Argentine viticultural industry.