We celebrate the talent, strength, togetherness, effort and creativity of women in the wine industry. This conversation with the Agricultural Engineer Estela Perinetti makes for essential reading.
Patricia Freuler was the first woman to be named President of Bodegas de Argentina. Her work for gender rights and equal opportunities has set an example within the institution and across the industry.
Victoria Brond is an oenologist from Mendoza forging an extremely distinguished career in the world of wine. The head of Bodega Alpamanta, she is a leading figure on the biodynamic wine scene in Argentina.
12 women winemakers making waves on the Argentine wine scene. Argentine women winemakers are transforming the wine scene with creativity, ideas and hard work.
A new Geographic Identification has appeared on the wine map of Argentina: El Peral in Tupungato, Mendoza, is a historic terroir in the Uco Valley with a treasure trove of old vineyards where local wineries are taking fresh and innovative new approaches.
Families of winemakers: legacy, experience and the contribution of new generations. We speak to winemakers who share surnames, professions and a passion for Argentine wine.
Neither new world nor old: a horse on its own path, Argentina has one foot in tradition and another in innovation. Sparkling wines, with a century of history in our…
Consumers would agree that Argentina is a country of reds. However, white wines are on the rise.
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…
For the 2018 Malbec Report we tasted 650 Malbecs and chose the 50 best. A very necessary ranking for drinkers of the black stuff.