Andrea Ferreyra is the Head Oenologist at La Celia, a winery that has won international recognition for the quality of their wines. A conversation about the value of Geographic Indications, the future of Cabernet Sauvignon and how women need more visibility in the viticultural industry.
Biodynamic wines in Argentina. The farming method has grown by more than 60% across Argentina in just five years. Through collaboration and experimentation, more and more wineries are putting their trust in the philosophy.
Organic viticulture in Argentina. Relying on natural quality and diversity, more and more hectares in Argentina are turning their backs on chemical products.
They’re all women chefs from Argentina and each in their own way is bringing out the true gastronomic wealth of their terroir with natural expression and a passion for food. …
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.