It is the most widely planted red grape, the most exported and the one that best represents each terroir of the country. But why does it not have this significance in other countries? The answer is in its long history.
The province of Mendoza produces the greatest amount of Malbec in the country, and the nuances of the different areas become relevant when choosing a wine. So how does it differ?
Stony heights versus low plains, four terroirs that define two distinct identities of Argentine wine.
From the sea to the mountains, a new wine industry is growing in Argentina and outlining curious regions with wines that promise a revolution in the glass.
Last week saw the fourth edition of Premium Tasting in Mendoza. There was much talk of the future and how to offer wines for as many palates as possible. The…