Not many countries can boast vineyards higher than 1000 metres above sea level (masl) and they certainly tend to be the exception rather than the rule. Argentina, however, is that…
The Uco Valley is the hot topic of Argentine winemaking. Rankings, reviews and reports all say that it is THE place for wine.
Most of the time consumers repeat - and some journalists and winery owners too - things that are unfounded or completely wrong...
One of the strongest trends within the wine industry in Argentina is the search for differentiation by terroir. And ‘parcels’ are emerging as the key to the future.
Inhospitable and colossal, Argentinian Patagonia is famous for its stunning glaciers, snow-capped volcanoes, huge forests and vast deserts. Within this vastness, there is a unique wine region with reds that expresses its unique character.
To anyone familiar with the reds of Bordeaux or the Veneto region of Italy, Argentine reds boast a unique colour: from the moment it splashes into the glass, the first…
Argentina is a rarity in the universe of wine: Located in the new world, it works more like an old country. And Perdriel, a terroir with more than one hundred years to its name, is the perfect example of what the past can do for the future of wine.
Argentina offers many different styles of Malbec. Most of them from Mendoza, but there are a handful of other Malbec’s worth discovering.
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?
New interpretations of terroir are offering more styles and opening the gustatory range of our country. Three key examples.