There are bodegas that have restaurants, offer bike rides and even hot air ballooning, but only a handful of them have museums, where you get more than just good photos.
Between 7 - 21 August, Wines of Argentina received a group of 11 teachers from AROMA REPUBLIC.
In March 1987, I found myself in a small car with the son of Arnaldo Etchart, the producer of some amazing, prize-winning wines from Bodegas Etchart. The young man was…
Every year, millions of visitors from all over the world come to Patagonia, Argentina to explore its geography and tour its forests, lakes and snow-capped mountains in search of relaxation…
In total there were 100 guests who enjoyed the wines from Argentina and eight wineries that participated and with their presence contributed to the possibility of strengthening the bond between the audience and Argentine wine.
Some reds have found their way into the great collections of the world. If you’re thinking of putting a few away for a rainy day, which ones are a good bet?
Much more than World Class Wines, Argentina offers the historical strata of wines. In this article, we discuss the three most important.
Over the years, Argentines have brought various dishes to the table which have their own pairings. What are the most typical and curious of these? Here we take a journey of the palate.
It is the most widely planted red grape, the most exported and the one that best represents each terroir of the country. But why does it not have this significance in other countries? The answer is in its long history.
In the planisphere of wine, Argentina occupies a curious place: neither old nor new world, each one with its own part to play. But more importantly, it offers things that…