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Industry trends, what’s new, what’s next. Get to know the present of Argentine viticulture and find out everything you need to know about our wines.

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Welcome to the winery

This is the place where fresh aromas and fruit essences intertwine with viticulturist expertise, creating sensory experiences that delight the senses.

2023, a year to remember

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.

How to pair sparkling wines this season

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.

Wine styles we will drink this summer

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.

Meat and wine: a guide to the perfect pairings

Among the Argentine culinary traditions, there is one that stands out to such an extent that it has made our cuisine famous around the world: the barbecue, or asado, the excuse that calls all our senses to gather around the fire, with friends and family.

The rosé wine season has begun

As spring is around the corner, rosé wines are back on the table. These wines captivate consumers for their appealing colour, fruity expression and freshness.

What happens during winter in our estates?

Each season transforms the landscape and colours of the vineyards located in Mendoza, but the picture obtained is just a partial expression of everything that actually happens at our estates during winter

Why is Pinot Noir the trending vine today?

Why is Pinot Noir the trending vine today? In recent years, the cultivation of this variety spread to colder regions in other wine-producing countries, and the quality of the wines these provide has been enhanced, along with

Trends: Less wood, more terroir

TenTrends: Less wood, more terroir Wood, in its proper measure. Historically, wood and wine have perfectly complemented each other; however, in the early days, barrels were just used to store and transport wines. Due to their shape

Finca Los Nobles, an emblem of Luigi Bosca

Situated in a unique natural setting, at the foot of the Andes Mountain Range, Finca Los Nobles spreads across 50 hectares, blending perfectly into the landscape and respecting the original slopes of the terroir.

Terroir: our Malbec wines’ key element

Historically, the prestige of great European wines has been the result of the place where grapes grow and are harvested, the exact location where art and science converge to give rise to a beverage unique in the world.

White wines with meat

Meat and wine form the great Argentinian match. Although historically this combination has been associated only with the red wines full of body, structure and marked tannins

Cabernet Franc Day

Every 4th of December, the whole world celebrates Cabernet Franc Day, one of the world’s most planted varieties, whose wines gained ground in Argentina in recent times.

From the grape to the bottling phase

Engineer Alberto Arizu (Sir) always repeats this phrase: “the wine is born at the estate”. What is more, in the case of those great wines that embody the spirit of a winery, the hand of the winemaker is reflected, faithfully expressing their terroir.

Agronomists, the key players at the estate

Although years ago their figure was not so visible for wine lovers, the boom of the concept of terroir and terroir wines helped their work to be in the public eye, both in the wine cellars and for consumers.

Low alcohol wines

In the last edition of ProWein, the most important international wine and spirits fair at the moment, low-alcohol brands were established as a trend.

Gastronomy and winter wines

Enjoyment is, above all, a subjective experience, so there is neither a single wine perfect to accompany each meal or consumption situation nor merely “winter wines”.

Spring: Life sprouts again

As in the case of all fruit plants, the vine goes through annual cycles that not only depend of its physiology, but also of the environmental impact on it and the agricultural works conducted in function of the vineyard’s needs.

Spring: Time for blends

As is the case of all field activities, the working pace at the estates is characterised by the vine’s phenological states, as these are the factors that define which agronomic activities will be conducted in every instance.

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