Here, you will find news about Argentina and its wines, written by the world’s most influential Wine Bloggers selected by WineSur. The articles will be read in their original language.
My typical wine selection experience doesn’t usually go well. I walk into a store. Stand in front of hundreds of bottles of wine. Then I try to decipher some hidden wine code that allows me to walk out with a quality bottle. I’m pretty sure a child could pick the same value [...]Read More Comments »
Label design has proved decisive in promoting brands in the fiercely competitive Argentine wine market, as Guillermo Dufranc at design agency Tridimage explainsRead More Comments »
Since we live in Washington State and often drink wines from Washington State, we want to make sure that we continue to hone our knowledge of the entire world of wine and maintain well-rounded palates in order to make us even more objective when we evaluate wines from Washington State. Therefore, [...]Read More Comments »
I was shocked this morning to read this article article on wine-searcher.com that said the average Mexican drinks just a half liter of wine per year. I drank that this weekend.
But they have me beat in beer consumption. 60 liters a year. That’s impressive, but the French drink almost that in wine, close to [...]
Whisper it quietly, but Argentina’s seductive Malbec has a serious rival for the title of best Andean red. I say whisper, because Malbec is the country’s undisputed flagship grape, launching Argentina on to the global winemaking map and it continues to be synonymous with the country’s wines. And little wonder. As a [...]Read More Comments »
Who knew Argentina has a Promotion Centre in Los Angeles. Consul Adjunto Jose Cafiero sent out invitations to the right people who showed up on a lovely early fall late afternoon to check. Sr. Cafiero promoted six Mendoza wineries that would love to be represented in Los Angeles. All they need [...]Read More Comments »