Argentine Chardonnay, an increasingly alluring choice: International Chardonnay Day is coming up and offers an ideal opportunity to learn more about the different wines made from the grape and to discover one or two new producers and regions. For instance, have you ever tried an Argentine Chardonnay?
It’s one of the most popular varietals among wine drinkers across the globe. Many know that its spiritual home is Burgundy where the most esteemed, expensive and imitated labels are…
Consumers would agree that Argentina is a country of reds. However, white wines are on the rise.
What does a white need to have to be a good companion to the cold?
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.
The forests of Ñires and Lengas climb the slopes of the mountains, practically touching the snow. In the heart of the Río Azul valley, the calm and persistent flow of the river, which explains at first glance its name, advances towards one of the most attractive water mirrors of the Argentine South, Lake Puelo. To the trained eye, these wine lands don't look at all like a viticultural landscape.
If all we do in Argentina is speak about red wine, it is because, until now the white universe has been vacant. But now a new breed of wines and winemakers are laying the foundation for a future of freshness.
Smell is one of the most primitive senses of man, which has enabled him to discern what sort of things to eat and what to avoid. Through evolution, pleasing aromas…