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8 Wines To Taste Argentinian Traditional Wine School

Argentina is undoubtedly a country with a rich winemaking tradition and, although it may sound paradoxical, it’s also still very…

2 Reasons To Decant A Wine

  A lot has been said and written about the advantages and disadvantages, and the convenience or not, of decanting…

Our Wine Tasting Method

There is no single method to describe, evalutale, rate and/ or classify wines. There are different types of punctuation scales,…

4 Changes That Wine Undergoes While Stored At…

Although wine has been made to drink, sometimes it’s not a bad decision to store a bottle and wait for…

Malbec througout Mendoza

Throughout the expanse of its territory, Argentina offers a wide range of climates, landscapes, soils and characteristics that allow it…

Diego Rosso Wines Pinot Noir
5 Facts To Understand Pinot Noir from Argentina

Pinot Noir (also known as Pinot Negro) is originally from the Borgoña region in France, and it is planted in…

How much does wine last after opening?

Sometimes we open a wine bottle and don’t finish it, so then the question arises: how long can I keep…

With Paul Hobbs
Exclusive Interview with Paul Hobbs

Back in the 90s, he was responsible for producing and exporting some of the first premium Malbecs to US. Currently,…

Argentine Chardonnay, A Quick Overview

There is a reason why Chardonnay is called the “queen of whites”. This grape variety shows exceptional diversity and clearly…

Cabernet Franc: Winemakers Edition

Today, it shows great potential as a single varietal and winemakers all over Argentina are extremely excited to experiment with…

How Is A Traditional Argentine Malbec Made?

Malbec is often considered as the national emblem of Argentina’s viticulture, however, there is a plethora of winemaking techniques which…

How Does COVID-19 Affect The Argentine Wine World? 

The year of 2020 in Argentina, will undoubtedly be remembered for its healthy yield and the repercussions of the mandatory…

5 Wine Short-Stories

1) Watermelon and Wine: Will Death Do Us Apart? In some countries, it is believed that a mixture of watermelon…

A Complete Guide to Cabernet Franc

A Complete Guide to Cabernet Franc After Malbec, the grape variety in Argentina which has grabbed everyone’s attention is Cabernet…

5 Tips To Experience A Professional Wine Tasting…

Your wine tasting experience can either break or make your opinions about the wine. Hence, if you are recreating a…

Malbec vine, from Matervini.
How Did Malbec Become The Identity of Argentina…

Malbec is almost like the national emblem of Argentina. In fact, Malbec has now become a synonym for the country.…

Cooking with Malbec: A Recipe You Cannot Miss

In just 5 steps you’ll have a delicious meal cooked with Malbec! Don’t give up midway, I know some brave…

Biodynamic techniques, at Ernesto Catena
The Rise Of The Argentine Natural Wine Movement

Even though natural wines have just sprung into popularity, it has already sparked off some controversy. There are some, who…

Casa Yague vineyards
An Emerging Wine Region In Argentina You Cannot…

With extremely favorable wine growing conditions, Argentina has a reputation for giving birth to new wine regions frequently. One of…

8 Argentine Winter Wines To Try

Every occasion is unique, and pairings, context, company and climate create a different mood for every occasion. So imagine, how…

Discover Uco Valley

After multiple revisions, and a lot more to come, we have a full version of our Uco Valley map which…

Exclusive Interview with Patricio Tapia

In every wine lover's calendar, the most awaited event at this time of the year is the release of the…

Vines of Mendoza vineyards
3 Ways To Produce Your Own Wine in…

The trail of a wine-lover visiting Mendoza always ends at the same destination! A wine-lover travels to the beautiful city…

Abrasado, by Los Toneles Winery
Top Winery Restaurantes In Mendoza – Part 2

Since, there are new upscale winery restaurants discovered in Mendoza everyday, we decided to expand on our previous list of…

Cabernet Sauvignon from Argentina, recently harvested.
10 Pointers For Cabs of Argentina

After a series of tastings of Cabernet Sauvignon of different styles at different locations in Argentina, we set out to…

Weddings at wineries, a growing trend.
6 Wineries In Mendoza For Your Dream Wedding 

Mendoza is the perfect destination wedding spot for those looking for an intimate experience. If you are looking for a…

Cobos Volturno, a Cabernet Sauvignon based blend
Past, Present and Future of Argentinian Cabs

Argentina owes its fame and prestige as a renowned wine producer to the incredible Malbec, which has been on the…

Concrete Eggs, in Zuccardi Valle de Uco
Concrete Eggs, A Modern Trend That Is Here…

Containers in winemaking are a key element in the different stages of the process: maceration, fermentation, aging. And as they…

Criolla, The Conversion Of This Grape
Criolla, The Conversion Of This Grape

Learn a bit more about this autochthonous variety of Argentina.

Salentein, Pioneer Of Uco Valley
Salentein, Pioneer Of Uco Valley

Learn more about this top winery from Mendoza.  

Doña Paula, Passion For Terroir
Doña Paula, Passion For Terroir

Learn more about this top winery from Mendoza and their studies about soils and climates, and the behaviour of Malbec…

Luigi Bosca, 4 Generations Dedicated To Wine.
Luigi Bosca, 4 Generations Dedicated To Wine.

Learn more about this iconic Argentine winery.  

What Torrontes gets from Mendoza
What Torrontes gets from Mendoza

Learn about this iconic variety from Argentina. An aromatic and underrated white wine and its contrast from being produced in…

Casa Vigil, Gold in Food and Culture.
Casa Vigil, Gold in Food and Culture.

Learn a bit more about one of the best restaurantes in Mendoza, with a very passionate and particular philosophy.  

Santa Julia Presented Its Canned Wines
Santa Julia Presented Its Canned Wines

Meet this new wine container and this famous winery from Mendoza.  

Agustín Lanús, A Man Of Height
Agustín Lanús, A Man Of Height

Agustín Lanús is an Argentine Agricultural Engineer, Sommelier and Master of Science in Viticulture and Oenology from the highly respected…

El Esteco, Hidden From Most
El Esteco, Hidden From Most

French immigrants David and Salvador Michel founded the winery in 1892, and it soon became one of the pioneering establishments…

Serving Temperature
Quick Guide: Serving Temperature For Argentinian Wines

Wine Serving Temperature is perhaps, one of the easiest conditions that can be achieved to enjoy the potential of each…

5 Trends for High Altitude Torrontess
5 Trends of High-Altitude Torrontes

Torrontes is the only grape variety which is 100% Argentinian. Even though there are various areas and provinces in the…

Phil Crozier
Exclusive interview with Mr Argentina: Phil Crozier

In 2015, Phil made a brave move as the director of wine at London's Gaucho restaurant: he turned the wine…

Organic vineyard of Domaine Bouquet
A glance at Argentinian ‘Green’ winemaking

Far from being a local trend, non-interventionist winemaking is already a reality around the world. More and more consumers ask…

9 Best Value Malbec
9 Best Value Argentinian Malbecs

When we sell Argentinian wine to the world, we talk about unique wine regions and climate, about the power of…

Torrontes Riojano Bunch
How to identify grapes by leaves and bunches

If you are a wine geek, or if you want to stand out during a vineyard visit, or if you…

Adrianna Vineyard, Mundus Bacilus Terrae
Sneak Peek Into Catena Zapata, iconic Argentine winery

The winery recently presented their four '100 points' wines in the Great Wall of China amidst worldwide critics, press and…

The Vines of Mendoza Resort & Spa
Top 5 Winery-hotels in Mendoza

If you are planning to travel to Mendoza soon, please check out the personally curated list of Winery Hotels below!…

Argentine White Wine Revolution
Argentine White Wine, a recent revolution.

In Argentina, wine is the National Drink (decree of November 24, 2010, ratified by National Law in 2013) but nowadays,…

Las Compuertas, Luján de Cuyo
Argentine Wine Regions: Las Compuertas, Luján de Cuyo…

Altitude: from 1050 to 1100 MAMSL Planting Surface: 426 hectares Average annual precipitation: 200 mm Average annual temperature: 8 ~…

Tempus Alba Highlights
Tasting Highlights: Tempus Alba, 2019

The winery Tempus Alba is a family project that was born in 2002 with the construction of the winery, located…

Phil Crozier, brand ambassador of Wines of Argentina for the UK and Europe
‘We are seeing startling changes in wines from…

A couple of decades ago, Argentinian red wines came into world focus with the resurgence of Malbec, the grape of…

Argentine Pinot Noir flight
All you have to know about Argentine Pinot…

Pinot Noir is, no doubt, one of the most important grape varieties that exist worldwide. It is not easy to…

Casa El Enemigo, by Alejandro Vigil and Maria Sanse
Top Winery Restaurantes in Mendoza – Part 1

Winery Gimenez Riili Located in Los Chacayes, Tunuyan, Uco Valley, the restaurant is placed in the same site as the…

San Pablo, Tunuyán, Uco Valley - Map
Argentine Wine Regions: San Pablo, Tunuyán (Uco Valley)

San Pablo is the northernmost subzone from Tunuyán, Uco Valley. It is one of the most extreme regions of Mendoza, with an…

Tasting Highlights: Karim Mussi Wines, 2019

Karim Mussi is one of the growing winemakers from Mendoza. This is the third vintage we have tasted and rated…

Cabernet Franc harvest time window
Cabernet Franc, one of the upcoming stars in…

Pure, natural, complete, direct, sincere ... all are qualifying adjectives that arise when looking in the dictionary for a French…

Chakana Estate Selection Chardonnay
Under the southern stars: Argentina’s Chakana story

Google Chakana and you see the tagline ‘Viticulture for the future’ written alongside. That is what the wines are made for, according…

Bunch of grapes, in Trivento.
6 Myths about Argentine wine (even today)

  We will try in this article to reveal some truths about it. Here, a small and humble Myth-Buster article.…

Genetic research of Malbec in Tempus Alba.
Tempus Alba and the attribute of genetic research

The winery Tempus Alba is a 100% familiar project that was born in 2002 with the construction of the winery,…

White Stones, by Catena Zapata
Exodus to the moon: 6 wines to carry…

Which are the six wines you would take with you if you left the Earth? Every time we look at…

Torrontés from Mendoza.
What Torrontés gets from Mendoza

By origin, history, and adoption, Torrontés could be labeled as "white Malbec". Far from having organoleptic similarities, they do share…

Uco Valley Map
Discover Uco Valley

After a lot of adjustments, and a lot more to come, we have a full version of our Uco Valley…

Roll Fermentor at Rutini
Have you ever seen a Roll Fermentor?

The Roll Fermentor is a tool used in the production of wines, more precisely during its fermentation stage. This invention…

Alma Negra Orange Wine. PH: AAS
4 Trending Winemaking Methods

Argentine wine has evolved a lot and very rapidly during the last decades. So it is a nice exercise to…

Roberto Cipresso with Pablo Navarrete, winemaker of Callejón de Crimen.
Roberto Cipresso strikes again in Altamira

Italy and Argentina share a special bond. The waves of immigration that arose especially in the first half of the…

Art circuit at Casa Vigil
Casa Vigil, home sweet home.

Have you really visited Mendoza if you didn´t make it to Casa Vigil? Mendoza has extraordinary gastronomic proposals, but this…

Argentine in Prowein (PH source: La Logia Verdot)
Argentine wine at Prowein

Weaknesses and strengths on the world wine scene The doors open, you can sense the magnitude of what is about…

Bonarda, warm VS cold zones.
Bonarda: Revival and Recognition

  In Argentina, there is a typical phrase that says "no one remembers who came in second" and is used…

All you need is Malbec
Hidden Facts About Argentine Malbec

Where its name came from Some people say it came from the Hungarian last name of the guy who first…

Criolla vine, from PolOpuesto.
The new wines of Criolla grapes

In this article, you will learn a bit about the interesting history of the “Criollas” grapes, their characteristics, sown surfaces…

Santa Julia Chardonnay
Santa Julia presents its canned wines

  The new stainless-steel container does not alter the taste of the wine, the tests carried out on the material…

10 tips to plan your trip to Mendoza

The picturesque landscapes, popular wineries and a rich wine history make it a must-visit place. In recent years, both traditional…

With Paul Hobbs
Welcome to VinoApp

Over the last three years, we have been developing this project which aims to promote Argentine Wines to the USA…

Valle de Pedernal, San Juan
Valle de Pedernal, San Juan

Valle de Pedernal, San Juan - Valle de Pedernal, San Juan - Valle de Pedernal, San Juan

The map of Malbec
The map of Malbec

Where does Argentine #malbec come from and where does it go?  

Altitude Argentine wine
Altitude Argentine wine

Altitude Argentine wine, up to take off! Producers from Quebrada de Humahuaca 🏔 are organized to enhance their virtues.

The wine of 100 years
The wine of 100 years

Pioneering! Catena Institute of Wine launched a Centenary Wine Master Plan, unique worldwide, guided by Laura Catena, Fernando Buscema and…

Paraje Altamira
Paraje Altamira

We review the history and the present of Paraje Altamira, IG of the Uco Valley, Mendoza.

More wine, less alcohol
More wine, less alcohol

#SanJuan's innovative initiative to seduce new segments: wine with less alcohol.

Welcome Casavechia
Welcome Casavechia

There is a new "official" varietal for Argentine wine. The INV approved the strain, promoted by Martin Kaiser, winemaker of…

Treasure in height
Treasure in height

What does it mean to produce more than 2,200 meters? What is achieved? Are there more vineyards outside of Argentina?

Bonarda Argentino
Bonarda Argentino

Bonarda Argentino - Bonarda Argentino - Bonarda Argentino

Argentine Organic Wine
Argentine Organic Wine

Argentine Organic Wine - Argentine Organic Wine - Argentine Organic Wine

#PinotNoir & Argentina
#PinotNoir & Argentina

#PinotNoir & Argentina - #PinotNoir & Argentina - #PinotNoir & Argentina

Malbec, on its way to the bottle.
5 Myths of Malbec

It is easy to find in the web world innumerable notes about the myths of wine, in the style of:…

Zuccardi, journey to the center of the earth

The Zuccardi family has been working with Argentine wine for generations and has been able to adjust the compass to…

Vineyards of Pedro Giménez in Onofri Wines
An illustrious stranger named Pedro Giménez

It is one of the most planted varietals in the country. What happens to the variety Pedro Gimenez is very…

The various aromatic profiles of Malbec, according to…

Terroir in Focus is a project in constant development, of the Bodega Doña Paula, whose main objective is the generation…

Finca Decero, a diamond in Agrelo

Just like in personal life, in the wine world, one tends to make annual balances too and searches for the…

The time tunnel

Weinert is different.  Winery and Cavas Weinert. As many say in every field, where wine is no exception, “Neither better nor…

Vineyards from Altamira GI
Paraje Altamira GI

In 2013, the National Institute of Viticulture recognized Paraje Altamira as a Geographical Indication (GI), acknowledging in these lands unique…

7 Argentinean terroirs to have in sight

Thus it has been chosen to put the accent on the so-called Geographical Indications (GI). According to data from the…

Calchaquíes Valleys
A glance at the Calchaquí Valleys

The province of Salta, placed at the North of Argentina, has grown exponentially in the last ten years, becoming the…

Joaquín Alberdi, in Pedernal Valley.
A Unique Wine Region You Must Know About:…

"A unique place for vine cultivation.", affirms Daniel Pi, one of the pioneers in the area with Finca Las Moras…

Paul Hobbs and Andres Vignoni
A Rising Competitor: Premium Argentinian Cabernet Sauvignon

Andrés Vignoni is 30 years old. He has been working for four years in Viña Cobos, the winery founded by…

Can a wine from Argentina age for 100…

 Daniela Mezzatesta, Laura Catena y Fernando Buscema discussing the texture of soils. Photo: Catena Institute At the Catena Institute of…

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