Fernando Jereb is a plastic artist and wine producer. Throughout his works, he tries to capture the value of Argentinian winemaking.
My Wine Story was the first 2.0 contest whose aim was to know the stories that lay behind the wines from each winery, bringing them closer to consumers through social networking. Consumers around the world had the opportunity to hear the stories and with 924 votes, the big winner of the contest was the wine [...]
The winners of My Wine Story, the first 2.0 contest organized by WineSur, were published last week. Gabriel Braconi’s Atipax was the most voted wine. Other wines that got very good results were Lambrusco Maestri (Don Bosco) and ++ Plus 2008 (Trapezio).
Its founder Bautista Gargantini was from the swiss canton of Ticino and he eagerly took on the winery to continue the legacy left by his father: to explore and to work in the noble land of Mendoza, highlighting the best of it.
For reasons of fate (perhaps?) today Clos de Chacras is owned by the granddaughter [...]
With my friends, we use to gather at the First Tuesday’s “Asado”, a men-only monthly event where we discuss Argentine politics, economy, and (of course) soccer. A couple of us decided to start a project that could put together every one of our values, and that would eventually be our ideal job.
The project, Tres Wines, [...]
Before the creation of this austral paradise called Patagonia, this place was surrounded by darkness and its only resident was Kóoch, a lonely God that lived in the shadows. He was so lonely that one day he started to cry, and his cry was so deep an intense that he formed the oceans, and then [...]
As a kid I used to visit the farm of my grandfather, Quinto Pirán, man Medrano winemaker in Mendoza. During these years, Lino Puppato, my father worked as a winemaker at Bodega de Ramón Puppato, my other grandfather, which was only a few meters from my house.
Inspired by my experiences and the legacy of my [...]