There are plenty of wines around the world that are suitable for cellar ageing, although only a few are famous enough to keep buyers from the temptation of uncorking them. These include Barolos from Piamonte and Bordeaux blends from Médoc, But what about Argentine vintage wines?
Since the early 2000s, a cluster of intrepid producers in the Quebrada de Humahuaca have headed up the mountain to produce wine right on the Tropic of Capricorn, at 23° South, to make some extraordinary wines. Discover them.
In Argentina about a third of vineyards are at least 40 years old and there are several that are over a hundred. Those old vines represent valuable genetic material.
Take out food is always a tasty and convenient option but it’s been especially vital during the pandemic. What are the best alcoholic drinks to go with it? Several Argentine wines go very well with these foods. Why not give some of these a try?
Argentina is the fifth largest wine producer in the world with a winemaking history that dates back 400 years, so any bottle you choose is going to be good quality. Additionally, although Argentina is best known for its Malbecs, it also offers a wide range of other grapes and styles. It's time to find out how to choose the best Argentine wines.
The resurgence of the Criolla grapes in Argentina proposes new and ideal flavors for the most curious winelovers. Find out which Criolla wines you should try.
Just as you can’t say there’s one style of Peruvian cookery, you can’t claim that there’s a single style of Argentine wine. And the cooks, chefs and sommeliers of the Peruvian wine scene know it.
The current generation of oenologists is exploring new horizons for Argentine wine. Some are carrying out in-depth studies of terroir, others trying out new styles and winemaking methods. The fifth…
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When does a terroir become established in the minds of consumers? When it completes a cycle in which the wines it produces have set tongues wagging and its distinctiveness comes…