The origins of the Trevelin GI. Settled in the late 19th century by Welsh immigrants, Trevelin is one of the jewels of both Chubut and Argentine viticulture. The emerging wine industry in the region has managed to forge its own identity, creating distinctive and exciting wines that reflect the character of this remote corner of Argentine Patagonia.
Six non-winery restaurants in Mendoza. The boom in oenotourism is attracting more and more visitors with high gastronomic expectations and Mendoza is meeting them brilliantly.
At the Sustenta-Vitis Forum, the first conference on sustainability in the Argentine wine industry organized by WofA, specialists from different parts of the world came to the country, touring wineries and sharing their views on national viticulture.
Inés De Los Santos has wanted to work in cocktails since before the internet existed, let alone cocktail bars or women mixologists. But, she says, she always liked a challenge. Respected by her colleagues, chefs and followers, today she runs CoChinChina (which recently came in 26th in The 50 Best Bars list), and Köna together with Narda Lepes and dreams of retiring to Mendoza to make her own wines.
The 2023 Global Malbec Masters 2023. At the international competition held in the United Kingdom, Argentine wines stood out for their exceptional quality
Marcelo Miras moved to Alto Valle de Río Negro, a valley with an incredible thermal range, to take over the oenology at Bodega Humberto Canale.
A key figure in the development of the winemaking hub in San Patricio del Chañar, Neuquén, today he lives with his family on an estate in Mainqué, Valle Medio, Rio Negro. and is also the Director of Viticulture in Río Negro.
In the south of San Juan, 120 miles from the capital of the province, the Calingasta Geographic Indication was created to distinguish the identity of wines produced in the Calingasta Valley. The qualities and character of a region with its own personality.
Mendoza sunsets have their own special beauty, particularly in spring. Here we share a dream selection of some of the most enticing Mendoza sunsets.
The 4 challenges that Argentine terroirs present wine producers
Argentina is a diverse country with a wealth of different terroirs. The Andes alone offer a vast multiplicity of soils and altitudes meaning presenting consumers with a wide range of options.
Achieving sustainability is an increasingly urgent issue and in the middle of a water crisis, taking care of water resources at Argentine wineries and ensuring that they are used efficiently…