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.
A month of Malbec is coming to an end so we spoke to some of the key winemakers and winery owners in the country, and posed two very simple questions to them: what does Malbec mean for each of them, and what can we expect in the future? Here are twelve promising answers.
In terms of pairing, you could say that Malbec is a wine with everything to offer. Where a Cabernet is too tannic, Malbec offers a smooth texture; where a Sauvignon…
The history of Malbec is undoubtedly one of the most colourful and yet little known stories about wine.
There are many ways to recount a success: with a story, a tale or with numbers that describe trends. In terms of Malbec, we chose numbers, which say more than…
For the 2018 Malbec Report we tasted 650 Malbecs and chose the 50 best. A very necessary ranking for drinkers of the black stuff.
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.