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.
Rutini Wines, a lasting commitment to excellence and sustainability.
Having been founded 137 years ago, Rutini Wines is a leading winery on the Argentine viticultural scene, not just for their exceptional wines but also because they have always been at the forefront when it comes to implementing new methods and ideas, as well as their profound commitment to sustainability.
Famous for its landscapes and many attractions, San Rafael is an obligatory stop on any visit to Mendoza. The area’s celebrated adventure tourism and wine routes through wineries and vineyards make for a complete experience.
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.
Bressia Casa de Vinos: 20 years of elegance and quality.
Small wineries in Salta with a lot to offer . A guide to wineries and labels with small vineyards but plenty of quality that you should know about.
Susana Balbo Wines: A commitment to sustainability and protecting the environment, as well as their investment in promoting quality oenotourism through high end hospitality and cuisine have made the winery an industry leader.
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.
Hi, wine lovers! How are you doing? I’m still on my trip through Salta, enjoying a spectacular summer in Argentina. Today, I’m going to introduce you to more of the…