South America

Analysis of archaeological finds suggests lager may originate in South America

New analysis of 1,000 year-old pottery fragments, unearthed in Argentina, has revealed the earliest known traces of the so-called "lost parent" yeast of lager beer.

The 15 cheapest cities for a round of drinks

Having published the 15 most expensive cities for a round of drinks last week, we now bring you the cheapest 15 places to imbibe – taking in Europe, South America and the subcontinent.

Sales grow at Viña Concha Y Toro, but profits hit

Vina Concha Y Toro reported overall sales up 3.5% during 2016, despite a poor fourth quarter, but profits were hit by higher production costs, higher expenses and currency fluctuations.

Wildfires destroy centennial vines in Chile

Wildfires in Maule and Colchagua have ravaged ancient vineyards causing the Chilean government to declare a state of emergency in certain central regions.

Argentina: women in wine

September 16th, 2015

Chile shows off creative streak

October 28th, 2013

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