Wines of Argentina

Outside competition ‘eating up’ Argentina’s market share

Competition from both New World and Old World wines is ‘eating up’ the market share of Argentine wines in Greater China as the market becomes ever more congested.

Argentina on fine wine mission to rival Burgundy

Argentina has the potential to be "perceived on the same scale as Bordeaux or Burgundy" for fine wine, with time the only barrier to proving the ability of its wines to age, believes Lorenzo Pasquini of Cheval Blanc's Argentine venture, Cheval des Andes.

Week in pictures: Hong Kong

We round up some of the most exciting events that in Hong Kong happened last week including the Asian Wine Festival, a South African wine tasting, a Mouton wine dinner and a Gelardini & Romani auction.

Riccitelli: Argentina has big opportunity for whites

Argentina is now far enough along in its investigation of terroir and development of sites at altitude that it is capable of producing white wines that retain their natural acidity and aren't "dead" after two years in bottle, says trailblazing winemaker Matias Riccitelli.

Argentina in pictures

June 3rd, 2016

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