To talk about Bonarda is to talk about Argentine wine. With 18,700 hectares this varietal is second only to Malbec with 42,000ha. Although one may be surprised to know that…
With its low profile, the second most cultivated varietal in Argentina has been renewed.
From confusion about this varietal, to styles renewing the market, Bonarda is gaining ground among consumers. Wine is like people; those who thoroughly understand the ever enduring mystery. And among…
Mendoza sunsets have their own special beauty, particularly in spring. Here we share a dream selection of some of the most enticing Mendoza sunsets.
Vineyards of Buenos Aires. Far from the traditional regions with a varied geography, the number of wine producing establishments is growing, some of which offer gourmet and wine tourism experiences.
Wines of San Rafael. Boutique wineries, big labels, and a dreamy landscape combine for an unmissable experience.
Wineries in San Rafael. Historic wineries in a unique terroir producing a number of quality labels.
A visit to the vineyards of San Javier in Traslasierra, a provincial viticultural hotspot.
Extreme wines from the Quebrada de Humahuaca, one of the newest wine regions in the country.
Visiting wineries in Tupungato: down Ruta 89, just under an hour from the City of Mendoza, we visited three very interesting wineries in a unique terroir in Argentina.