An initiative by Coviar, the Argentine Viticultural Corporation, might just be a game changer for wine producers and other actors in the industry. For the first time in its history, Argentina has carried out a study that assesses the key variables of physical and environmental conditions such as geology, the soil, the climate and the landscape of different viticultural regions in Mendoza, San Juan, Salta and Tucuman
Marriage is still very much in fashion. The trend of holding your wedding at wineries is becoming increasingly attractive to Argentinians and foreigners alike.
And no wonder: dreamy landscapes paired with special menus and wine lists ensure that a winery wedding is a distinctive, memorable event.
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.
Chenin Blanc Day is celebrated every June 18. We explore why the grape is earning more and more fans.
Argentine wine label design. In Mendoza, three design studios share their thoughts about the surge in interest in Argentine design in overseas markets.
The variety is winning over winemakers and consumers from across the world thanks to the levels of excellence it has reached in a range of terroirs across the country. An ever more prestigious choice.
Argentine Pinot Noir: from north to south and east to west, the challenging variety is expressing its true character to the full.
Argentine White Malbec: the evolution of the variety has resulted in some unusual innovations including the rise of a category that now spans at least ten different labels.
Argentina has a handful of continental terroirs with climates ranging from cool to cold that you won’t find anywhere else on the planet. A minor revolution is taking place among the whites in which Chardonnay is playing a fundamental role.
Types of Argentine Malbec: with curious labels and very different styles, winemakers are testing the versatility of Argentine Malbec.