Archive for the ‘Opinions’ Category

Malbec, the mandatory wine in every US wine list

July 31, 2013 by Laura Saieg

Christy Canterbury, Master of Wine, talked about the positioning of Argentine wines in the United States. Moreover, she stressed that Argentina should offer more than a cheap wine and Malbec to reach consumers successfully.

The main winemakers of the country predicted a promising future for Tucumán wines

July 30, 2013

Experts confirmed the potential and auspicious future of the region. Associativity among wineries. The Government’s support.

“The attractive aspect of social networks is that there is no manual saying what works and what does not”

July 29, 2013 by Laura Saieg

The person in charge of the 2.0 web of Peñaflor Group talked to WineSur about how the company works on the social networks and what the strategy is. Moreover, he shares his vision of the wine industry in this medium.

“The wine world is a long-term business”

July 22, 2013

Daniel Pi, winemaking manager of Peñaflor Group, maintains that wine does not reach the expected profitability and it is necessary to determine the future of Malbec. His aim is to make the company be among the 5 most important in the wine world.

“We want to promote Entre Ríos as a new wine tourism region”

July 10, 2013 by Laura Saieg

The businessman spotlighted the progress this region is achieving, and mentioned that the aim for 2015 is to develop the “Wine Routes”, after the emergence of new projects.

“The strongest bet is in the USD 10-15 retail price range”

June 24, 2013 by Laura Saieg

Rabino stressed that in spite of the economic problems of Argentina and the world, the winery’s exports surged by 30%. Moreover, he spotlighted the importance of studying Argentina’s regions and subregions.

“This recognition is not only for me but for all the people who are making great changes in the industry”

June 17, 2013 by Laura Saieg

The chief winemaker of Catena Zapata was included in the list “Ones to Watch” of the England-based wine magazine.

“Patagonia is the region with the highest average price per bottle”

June 7, 2013 by Laura Saieg

This has been observed in the foreign market, and according to the winery’s executive, without interruption since 2003. Among the special features of this region, he spotlighted the health, intense color and natural acidity of Secreto Patagónico’s wines.

“The target public is happy to have a fair specially organized for them”

May 31, 2013 by Maria Jose Merino

Blondel talked to WineSur during the event called “Vinos de Autor”, held in Buenos Aires and destined to the retail sector. Cluster Wine Select is one the retailers in charge of organizing the event.