Archive for the ‘Opinions’ Category

“Argentine wines are expressive and have a great personality”

May 24, 2013 by Laura Saieg

Having carried out more than 150 tastings in her country and currently producing a radio program, a blog and a wine magazine, Deby, Public Relations at Wines of Argentina, has become one of the most respected voices in the wine industry in Mexico. In this article, she comments on how Argentine wines have evolved in this country.

“In restaurants, fight is not made with sticks but with fruit and freshness”

May 17, 2013 by Laura Saieg

This was Moquillaza’s statement about how Argentine wines can attract more consumers in the on-trade channel. The businessman was in Argentina together with a group of journalists and sommeliers from Latin America, invited by Wines of Argentina.

“To get positioned, we made a strategic plan focused on marketing and wine tourism”

May 10, 2013 by Laura Saieg

In an interview with WineSur, Guardia talked about the reality Tucumán’s wine industry is facing today and how it is positioning in both national and international market.

“Canadians consider Argentine wines in USD 10 range of good quality”

May 6, 2013

Dan Kislenko, full-time journalist and wine and food editor for The Hamilton Spectator –Toronto, was in Argentina along with a group of journalists from Canada, summoned by Wines of Argentina. In this article, the professional spotlights the growth of Argentine products and the steps that remain to be taken.

“Some years ago, Patagonia did not exist, but today it is a region with high-quality products”

April 30, 2013 by Laura Saieg

The winery, pioneer in Neuquén and founder of this new wine region, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. In an interview with WineSur, the director talked about the development of the company up to reach its current positioning in both domestic and foreign market.

“In haute cuisine places, the image of sommelier is already incorporated”

April 15, 2013 by Laura Saieg

The Argentinian representative was in 11th place in the ASI Competition of World’s Best Sommelier, held in Tokyo, Japan. In this article, she talked about her experience and the future of this profession that is growing significantly.

The history of the Malbec glass

March 27, 2013 by Silvia Avagnina

With the recent news about the launch, in New York, of the Malbec glass, the author tries to recover a background: the glass presented in the 1990s by INTA, Ricardo Santos and Riedel, when Malbec was not well known worldwide.

“In 2013, 70% of our sales will come from Ecova line”

March 25, 2013 by Ma. Soledad González

Saint Gobain group’s company presented a new model of its ecological line. Formica maintained that it expects to sell between 50 and 60 million bottles throughout the year.

“There is no turning back for the mechanical harvest”

March 15, 2013 by Ma. Soledad González

Edgardo del Pópolo, Dominio del Plata’s General Manager, considers that this year bottled wines will show the same trend as in 2012.

“Indisputably, the wine is made in the vineyard”

March 5, 2013 by Laura Saieg

During the Argentina Wine Awards 2013, Terrazas de Los Andes attained three Trophies, being crowned as the most awarded winery in the competition. The winemaker of these wines shared what are the special features of each, spotlighting their constant research on the “terroir”.