Argentine alfajores: Each province has its own version, whether it features dulce de leche, local fruit or chocolate. Here we take you on a journey across the sweeter side of Argentina.
Malbec: new ideas for enjoying the Argentine gem. Cocktails, pairings and even a salt are just some of the options available in Mendoza for enjoying the iconic grape variety.
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 present and future of Argentine wine according to 6 global experts: prestigious wine critics Tim Atkin, Fongyee Walker, Michael Godel, Jorge Lucki, Madeline Puckette and Madeleine Stenwreth share their views on the next challenges facing the Argentine wine industry.
The Calchaquí Valleys: wines, empanadas, folk music and more. The province of Salta, in the north of Argentina, is known in the country as la linda; the beautiful, and with good reason: its valleys and ravines, mountain paths and pretty historic towns are all part of a regional culture that makes it a dream destination for visitors.
Pielihueso: original, environmentally conscious wines from Los Chacayes.
An overview of the Argentine wine industry looking forward to 2022: plenty of statistics to celebrate.
Vegetarian wine pairings: there’s a bottle for every dish and finding the right one takes you on a journey through different flavors, colors and aromas.
How does the food of the northernmost country in the Americas pair with the wines of the southernmost? In this article we invite you to join us as we embark on a multi-hemispheric journey of flavors.