Finca Flichman: Founded in 1910 in Barrancas, Maipú, Finca Flichman is one of the oldest wineries in Mendoza: their wines are considered part of Argentina’s viticultural heritage and are popular across the world.
Alejandro Vigil: the President of Wines of Argentina is calling for greater integration across the different sectors of the industry in response to the significant challenges that will be faced by wine industry this year.
Regenerative agriculture in Argentina: in order to ensure that future generations will continue to be able to grow vines and make wine, wineries in Argentina are increasingly choosing to implement sustainable practices and philosophies in the vineyards and obtaining prestigious certifications as well as excellent results.
Time for an Argentine vermouth: the wineries driving a new trend. In recent years, wine professionals have been innovating with a drink that has a long history in Argentina.
New styles of Malbec: Argentina is exploring new terroirs and making original, sustainable wines as the country’s oenological teams show off their talents.
Mulled Wine Day: choose your favorite bottles and get ready to become part of an age-old tradition that’ll drive away the winter blues.
The present and future of Argentine wine according to 6 global experts: prestigious wine critics Tim Atkin, Fongyee Walker, Michael Godel, Jorge Lucki, Madeline Puckette and Madeleine Stenwreth share their views on the next challenges facing the Argentine wine industry.
There are bodegas that have restaurants, offer bike rides and even hot air ballooning, but only a handful of them have museums, where you get more than just good photos.
Between 7 - 21 August, Wines of Argentina received a group of 11 teachers from AROMA REPUBLIC.
The flagship grape of Argentina doesn’t escape from the classic varietal crossings. Denominated as Côt, Auxerrois o Pressac on different parts of France, it is a foreign that plays as local.