In recent times, white wines have experienced a remarkable advance in their presence on the shelves and tables of Argentina.
The art of viticulture is intertwined with the subtleties of climate in dimensions beyond one’s imagination.
As the days progress, we approach the most special time of the year: the grape harvest, marking the end of a challenging twelve-month cycle in vine cultivation.
That’s why it’s important to know the qualities of the three types of wines ideal for the summer season: whites, rosés, and light reds.
The last days of 2023 invite us to reflect on the year that is ending, to look back to see whatobjectives we achieved and to consider what challenges and goals we will have in the future.
Their fine bubbles, their elegance, their marked acidity and freshness made these wines became the consumers preferred choice, considered the perfect beverage to pair every course of a meal.
Although Cabernet Franc is one of the finest varieties planted across the world, its wines gained special relevance in Argentina only in the last 5 years, when it began to be vinified as a varietal too.
As the spring-summer season arrives, virtually all of our habits change, especially the food we eat.
The world of wine is so broad and interesting that, just as there are various styles to accompany different drinking situations, there is also a perfect type for each time of the year.