Why the unique conditions in Argentina are ideal for the grape. Paz Levinson shares the most exciting examples of Argentine Cabernet Franc and stunning blends with Malbec. It’s always the…
Consumers are beginning to accept Cabernet Franc as a varietal in regions that are betting on its expression as a differential.
There are many extreme places on the wine map: ones that define a particular character. Chardonnay for Chablis in France, and the uniqueness of Pinot Noir in Central Otago, New Zealand.
Malbec. It seemed to be the first and last horizon of Argentine wine. At least from the point of view of a global consumer radar. But Argentina is a big…
New interpretations of terroir are offering more styles and opening the gustatory range of our country. Three key examples.
What does a Malbec taste like? Why drink Torrontés? What curious story lies behind Bonarda? Why is Cabernet Franc taking off now?
Argentina has worked extensively to communicate Malbec as our emblematic varietal. This has proven successful: today Malbec is widely talked about and is present in shelves across many countries. The challenge now is that our Malbec take up even more space in those shelves and present new alternatives. Thus, we ask: What’s new?