Clos de los Siete, the Argentine wine project founded by French consultant Michel Rolland in 1998, is due to release a high-end white wine onto the market.
While it may have built its reputation on Malbec, Argentina is no one-trick pony when it comes to wine, according to one of the country’s top boutique producers.
Santa Rita Estates has announced plans for its 2014 South American Wine Workshop, which is due to take place in London next month
The second half of Lucy Shaw’s Argentine adventure takes in turbo props, stunning sunsets, blue-eyed gauchos, Evita’s grave and a hotly anticipated polo match.
db’s Lucy Shaw headed to Argentina last week for an adventure taking in horse rides, greedy piglets, abundant asados, poolside cigars and a Malbec tattoo.
Cabernet Franc has a greater future in Argentina than Cabernet Sauvignon according to one of the most respected winemakers in the country.
Despite its workhorse roots, red grape Bonarda has a bright future in Argentina according to one of the country’s most promising young winemakers.
As Laura Catena takes over as 2014 President of the International Wine & Spirit Competition, the drinks business spoke to this fourth generation member of a pioneering Argentine wine family.
Planting vineyards close to the coast will help unlock further winemaking potential in Argentina according to one of the country’s most respected winemakers.
The chief winemaker of Trapiche in Mendoza on the importance of perseverance, his admiration for Zorro, and drinking Mosel Riesling with Sigmund Freud.
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