Saturday sees Chile and Argentina go head-to-head in football’s Copa América final – but if it were a wine competition, which nation would win?
Aurelio Montes Jr. of Kaiken in Argentina has defended using preps like virgin deer stomach in the vineyard, claiming that biodynamic viticulture makes you “more human”.
The Gaucho restaurant group, known for its successful chain of Argentine steakhouses across the capital, has launched an own-label blonde beer.
Trapiche is to try emulating the Galician white wine style by planting Albariño on Argentina’s south Atlantic coast.
Today marks the fifth Malbec World Day, as Wines of Argentina gears up for its biggest campaign to date to promote the country’s wines.
Argentina’s Doña Paula winery has high hopes for an extremely rare Italian red grape called Casavecchia, which will be used as a blending partner for Malbec.
With a rebellious edge and the desire to make Argentina stand out from the crowd, these winemakers are worth keeping an eye on, writes Amanda Barnes.
An all-female international panel selected the winners of the ninth annual Argentina Wine Awards, which took place last week.
Giant spiders, massive pieces of meat, Malbec, Carmenère and Fernet Branca… it’s a combination only possible in South America, thanks to Santa Rita.
Santa Rita Estates has become a “Major Supporter” of the The Institute of Masters of Wine.
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