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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.

South America In The Ascendance

September 9, 2010 - by Ken Payton

As South America is currently dominating the World Cup being played in South Africa (with all their teams clearing the group stages and Argentina looking good for the title) it is perfect timing to write up a recent tasting of Chilean and Argentinean wines I attended and highlight some of the [...]

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China: The Next Big Thing In Wine and Continued Totalitarian Oppression

September 1, 2010 - by Joe Roberts

Asia, as most of you are already aware, is THE NEXT BIG THING in wine consumption.  China, of course, is the current big thing in Asia, which means that the Chinese market is THE NEXT BIG THING in wine consumption.  So big, it must be stated IN ALL CAPS!
This is not news – [...]

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Great Wines from South America, Two Whites from Chile and Argentina tasted at Costanera in Montclair, NJ

September 1, 2010 - by Peter Conway

I tend to be a purist when it comes to wine. I believe the best wine and food pairings are with foods and wines of the same region. There are certainly exceptions to this rule like German Rieslings that go so well with Asian cuisine.  But as a general rule Sicilian wines go best with Sicilian [...]

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A Bit About Torrontes – A White Wine From Argentina

August 30, 2010 - by mhorbund

Torrontes is a crisp white wine, produced almost exclusively in Argentina. Typically, the bouquet of a Torrontes wine will be aromatic, showing floral notes, often with citrus characteristics. The palate is crisp, ranging in body from light to medium, and is considered to be high in acidity. Citrus and floral characteristics [...]

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Las construcciones del vino

August 30, 2010 - by jgomezpallarez

Confieso mi pasión por la arquitectura. Creo que es una de las formas más notables de relación entre el ser humano y su entorno y me gusta entender por qué y cómo pasan las cosas en la construcción de edificios. Me gusta ver la mezcla de racionalidad y comodidad de los baños [...]

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2008 Clos de la Siete Red Wine, Mendoza, Argentina

August 30, 2010 - by ayarrow

Fifty miles south of the city of Mendoza the valley of Tunuyan feels less like a valley and more like a vast, kneeling supplicant to the immediate, looming bulk of the Northern Andes mountains. Though the valley floor is massive — sweeping away from the jagged, snow capped peaks in every [...]

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Wine Drinkers: Thanks for Your Engagement!

August 30, 2010 - by sinautor

I was checking our “ping backs” a few days ago. Ping backs occur when someone links to our site. Sometimes it’s someone completely random selling sports shoes. Other times it’s a really interesting wine-related website.
Bruce McGechan has a blog called He’s a geek for statistics (like me) [...]

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“For once I can touch what my heart used to dream of…”

August 30, 2010 - by kpizzuto

I’m going to go ahead and admit that I’ve fallen victim to the boredom of summer television and have succumbed to watching Master Chef despite the fact that I could just as easily turn the TV off and read a book, gaze at the stars or actually…you know…talk to my husband. The truth is that [...]

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