Vinómanos has now finished tasting and reporting on the wines for the 2018 Malbec Report. Below are the main conclusions and trends that emerged from the tasting.
After visiting Argentina, Michael Schachner shared the most interesting aspects of his trip in an exclusive interview with Wines of Argentina.
[:es]La amplia familia de uvas Criollas comienza a hacer ruido entre los wine lovers. A pesar de su antigua estirpe enológica, para muchos se trata de cepas exóticas y novedosas, tanto o más que el sabor de sus vinos.
The dynamics of Argentine winemaking need to be very attentive to its changes and developments. Those who retain a traditional image of this industry, with century-old wineries and large establishments that dominate the market with big brands should visit the latest publications on Argentine wines. Or allow yourself to visit its wine regions to discover that there are many curiosities to uncork.
Tim Atkin, the British Master of Wine who is considered to have one of the most influential palates on the planet, has been visiting Argentina to conduct tastings for his annual report since 1992.
While Malbec is the best-known variety in Argentina, those who search a little deeper are surprised by the huge amount of styles and wines that exist. Among them, sparkling wines.
An exploration of white varieties and terroirs specific to each strain