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.
Giant spiders, massive pieces of meat, Malbec, Carmenère and Fernet Branca… it’s a combination only possible in South America, thanks to Santa Rita.
Château Civrac is to produce Bordeaux’s first pure Cabernet Franc from this year’s harvest.
Limestone soils and new winemaking techniques are turning Argentine Malbecs from “Schwarzenegger” to “Michelangelo”, according to one wine consultant.
Argentina is ready to direct greater focus towards its sub-regional differences, believes the winemaking director of Luigi Bosca as the producer releases its own terroir-driven range in the UK.
UK supermarket Tesco has doubled its Argentine wine range and next month will launch its most expensive own-label wine ever.
We round up the reds making an impact with the trade following Wine Australia’s “Inspired” annual tasting.
Although Malbec is closely linked to Argentina, the grape is taking on increasing importance in Chile as producers isolate old vine material for top end wines.
Unique chemical characteristics could be used to identify the region of a wine, assess its quality and even help prevent fraud.
Wine consultant and Argentine Malbec pioneer Paul Hobbs has launched the result of a new project with this variety in its native Cahors.
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