Vineyards of Buenos Aires. Far from the traditional regions with a varied geography, the number of wine producing establishments is growing, some of which offer gourmet and wine tourism experiences.
Everyone knows that the life of a city is defined by its bars and cafés and in Buenos Aires that's especially true. Cafés are part of the DNA of the…
Gamboa Viñas & Bodega: in Campana, about 40 miles from the city of Buenos Aires, a project that began ten years ago is establishing an attractive reputation for its original wines and a restaurant set among vineyards and a stunning natural landscape.
The calcareous soils, distinctive climate dominated by winds from the Atlantic, innovative winemaking techniques and years of research have resulted in a new distinction from the National Viticultural Institute.
Recommendations for wine bars in Buenos Aires where you can enjoy the vast diversity of the Argentine wine scene
The cream of the crop of Latin American cuisine arrived in Argentina to celebrate the 7th edition of Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants. Vino Argentino was enjoyed by the who’s who of the global culinary scene, in Buenos Aires.
The holders of the most prestigious title in wine toured Mendoza, Salta and Buenos Aires from February 17th to 24th.
Argentine gastronomy is living its best moment. In 2017, Buenos Aires was the Gastronomic Capital of Latin America and 9 of the 50 best restaurants in Latin America are in Buenos Aires.
The second edition of “Malbec Week" will be held in Buenos Aires from 03 to 09 April with a wide range of of activities including open air tastings, discounts for consumers across the city, the traditional "Noche de las Vinotecas" and a great closing event on Saturday, April 8 with wine tastings, food trucks, live music, and more than 2000 people.
“Malbec Week” will kick off a series of events taking place in different cities around the world, starting in Buenos Aires. Activities in restaurants, wine shops and bars, open air tastings and a big closing party to pay tribute to our flagship grape.