Sustainable viticulture. By implementing a series of measures both large and small, along with a range of protocols and certifications, the country has made major progress. Argentine wine is looking to the future.
Biodynamic wines in Argentina. The farming method has grown by more than 60% across Argentina in just five years. Through collaboration and experimentation, more and more wineries are putting their trust in the philosophy.
Regenerative viticulture. Taking organic viticulture a step further, many wineries are implementing methods to restore the health of the soil, leaving behind monoculture and bringing back native bush and forest.
Organic viticulture in Argentina. Relying on natural quality and diversity, more and more hectares in Argentina are turning their backs on chemical products.
12 inspirational women sommeliers from Argentina. A list of some of the top women sommeliers, whose talent and commitment bring enormous value to the Argentine wine industry.
They’re all women chefs from Argentina and each in their own way is bringing out the true gastronomic wealth of their terroir with natural expression and a passion for food. …
In Mendoza an initiative has been developed to allow the deaf and hearing impaired to learn key wine terms through Argentine Sign Language. Available on a free app in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese, the tool is continuously expanding.
Argentine Fairtrade wine: 4000 certified hectares are under vine in Mendoza and La Rioja. Several small wineries and producers are meeting demand for these wines in overseas markets. The benefits and future challenges.