Archive for the ‘Opinions’ Category

“Argentina is a country with wine tradition, what makes us different from other new world’s countries”

February 27, 2013 by Laura Saieg

The agronomist spoke with WineSur about the future chances and challenges of the Argentine industry. Moreover, he laid great stress on the development of terroir and grape varieties.

“Swiss consumers appreciate the good quality-price relation of Argentina”

February 18, 2013 by Maria Jose Merino

Moreover, she spotlights that the outstanding Malbec variety and the gastronomic assets are two fundamental virtues of the country.

“Brazilian consumers see Argentine wines as a safe choice”

February 8, 2013 by Maria Jose Merino

Moreover, he stressed that wines with less alcohol and oak are starting to be more appreciated, mainly for their versatility when pairing them with food. In an interview with WineSur, Milan shares his expectations of the next AWA 2013.

“This year, we will bottle in California”

January 28, 2013 by Laura Saieg

The winery will start to implement this strategy in its Punto Final wine line. Likewise, Reich anticipated that 2013 will be a year full of challenges for both Argentina and the whole World.

“There’s no doubt that we will not see another dominant critic like Parker”

January 22, 2013 by Laura Saieg

According to this wine blogger, consumers will determine who they want to be the new critics. Roberts, one of the most influential men in the US 2.0 wine world, will be one of the judges in the next Argentina Wine Awards.

“In 2013, many will take refuge in China”

January 14, 2013 by Ma. Soledad González

Renowned winemaker and Vice-president of the Vine and Wine Academy, claims that prospects for 2013 are bleak. China could become a “hope of last resort”.

“Today, Argentina is in the Top 10 wine export countries”

January 4, 2013 by Maria Jose Merino

Ignacio Ciancio, Export Manager in charge of the American and Latin American markets at Finca El Origen, talked to WineSur about year end and the projects for the new-born year.

“In order to keep up the business of high-end wines, it is necessary to produce great amounts”

November 16, 2012 by Laura Saieg

Carlos Caselles, owner of Sinfín winery, has undertaken a project with two wineries; one for high-quality bottled wines and the other for exporting bulk. Between 2012 and 2014, he will invest USD 2.5 million

Argentina: Why Malbec doesn’t Flood the US

October 16, 2012 by Rob McMillan

After a trip to Argentina, EVP and Founder of Silicon Valley Bank’s Wine Division wrote a column on his vision on Malbec and why Argentina is not strongly established in the US. Read here some of his conclusions.

“The deal with Falabella and Corchos de Argentina gives us an added value”

October 2, 2012 by Laura Saieg

These two companies will be responsible for exporting Alto Las Hormigas’s wines. Through this deal, the firm aims at growing and expanding to new markets.