“In San Juan, the outstanding varieties are Viognier and Syrah”

October 29, 2014 by Laura Saieg

Eduardo Antonio Casademont, winemaker of Finca Las Moras, talked with WineSur about the special features of San Juan wines. Likewise, he made great stress on how this province, along with its valleys, has managed to position itself in both domestic and foreign market.

“Vino el Cine”, a new edition of movie amidst vineyards

October 29, 2014

For third year in a row, “Vino el Cine”, a traveling cycle of movie through the Wine Routes sponsored by Banco Supervielle, will be held from October 31 to the end of November. In this opportunity, WineSur will take place in the event as media-partner.

Rediscovering Torrontés, with Cafayate’s subtlety and magic

October 29, 2014

Dolores Lavaque de Velasco, director of Stg consulting company, analyzed the development of this variety, from its beginning as a rustic grape until now.

Salta, the other wine route

October 29, 2014

Chosen by thousands of Argentineans, this province became a new boom destination due to the great performance of Torrontés and its first-class food services.

Winemaker from Mendoza distinguished in Argentina

October 27, 2014

Jorge Riccitelli was recognized with the award “Sin vos no hubiese sido lo mismo” granted by ACELGA group (Association of Chefs and Gastronomic Entrepreneurs), at Masticar fair.

Argentine wines, in Impact’s latest “Hot Prospects” list

October 27, 2014 by Laura Saieg

This exclusive report includes wines and spirits from all over the world, showing the hottest brands in the United States, which have registered increases of over 15% and steady growth in recent years, with volumes from at least 50 thousand to 250 thousand cases. See in this article the Argentine wines within the list.

“Argentina is going towards the differentiation and characterization”

October 22, 2014 by Laura Saieg

Daniel Pi, winemaker of Grupo Peñaflor, talked with WineSur about the Argentine winemaking and the challenges still ahead to cope with competitiveness. Likewise, he spotlighted the characteristics of some varieties and regions, according to his experience.

What do Millennial Consumers prefer to spend their money on?

October 22, 2014

Their expenditure is expected to reach $1.4 trillion annually by 2020. A study carried out by eMarketer revealed which are their shopping habits, compared with the rest of generations.


  • Sin Fin

    Sin Fin

    Bodega SinFin is a family-owned company presided by its owner Carlos Caselles. It has been dedicated to vineyard growing since 1975…

  • Finca El Origen

    Finca El Origen

    Finca El Origen is a young winery, with the support and know-how of Santa Carolina, a Chilean business group with a vast experience…

  • Pulenta Estate

    Pulenta Estate

    For over three generations, Pulenta family has been involved in Argentine viticulture. After Antonio Pulenta sold Trapiche´s majority…

  • Viñas Don Martín

    Viñas Don Martín

    Viñas Don Martin S.A. sets great value upon precision and passion. The owners of the enterprise are the Swiss business-family Altorfer,…

  • Ojo de Vino

    Ojo de Vino

    The story of Ojo de Vino SA begins in 1972 when Dieter Meier, owner and alma mater, arrives in Argentina to help his father on a business…

Wineries' News

  • Salentein Gran Uco Blend, the new icon wine

    Salentein, leading winery in the Uco Valley, presents its new icon wine “Salentein Gran Valle de Uco  Blend”, made of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon, which expresses the essence of Uco Valley’s terroir. This wine, with a limited edition, is simultaneously…

  • New sparkler of Secreto Patagónico

    It is Mantra Sparkling Rosé, of Secreto Patagónico winery, made of 100% Pinot Noir grapes hailing from selected plots. This sparkling wine exhibits a slight pink color, characterized by its freshness and elegant bubbles. Its bold label represents the…

  • Terrazas de los Andes’s novelty

    Terrazas de los Andes winery presented its new Barrel Select Petit Verdot 2011. According to the winery, “Petit Verdot is not an easy grape to find in the market as a pure varietal, since it is known in Argentina as a variety for blending. In this…

  • Finca Flichman, exponent of the Argentine winemaking in China

    Finca Flichman announced that its winemaker, Germán Berra, was selected as figure of the Argentine winemaking to represent the country at the Annual Wine Festival in Ningxia, China’s major wine region. During the event, Berra will give several talks…

  • Doña Paula’s Malbec recognized by Wine Enthusiast

    Selección de Bodega Malbec 2009, of Doña Paula winery scored 90 points in the Wine Enthusiast magazine According to Michael Schachner, wine journalist and expert of the publication, this example “offers intense and dark aromas of blueberry and notes…

  • Finca la Celia with a great score

    The well-known Wine Enthusiast magazine granted 89 points to Pioneer Reserva Malbec 2012 of Finca la Celia winery. The wine was described as an exponent displaying ripe blackberry aromas and berry, plum and spice flavors, combined with a toast and dark…

  • 90 points to Rutini

    Encuentro Barrel Blend Red 2010, of Rutini winery, received 90 points from Wine Enthusiast magazine, in its 2014 October issue. The publication spotlighted its plum aromas with toasted oak notes, combined with its berry flavors with mint.

  • Ruca Malén’s wine, with 91 points

    Wine Enthusiast, the prestigious magazine, granted 91 points to Kinien Malbec 2010 of Ruca Malén winery. In this publication, wine journalist and expert Michael Schachner highlighted its aromas of berry, intense fruit flavors, and aftertaste of cocoa…

  • Cheval des Andes highly recognized by Wine Enthusiast

    Cheval des Andes 2009 Red obtained 93 points from Wine Enthusiast. The publication highlighted its flavors of herbs, chocolate, and coffee, and an intense finish.


Luján de Cuyo, under the watchful eye of Jorge Riccitelli

In this article, Norton’s winemaker shares the characteristics of one of Mendoza’s most traditional wine regions and explains how the multiplicity of factors helps to obtain exceptional wines.

“We will perform the most important actions in Mexico, United States, and Canada”

Eng. Gustavo Arizu, Luigi Bosca’s Research and Development Director for new businesses, mentioned some of the actions the winery will carry out in the coming months. Exports, markets, investments, wine industry context, are some of the topics he talked about in this interview.

“In the first months of 2014, Norton’s exports have grown by 10%”

Luis Steindl, Operations manager at Norton, anticipates the winery’s new releases for this year and the expectations for both domestic and foreign market.


Same-day delivery: The next frontier for online wine?

August 20, 2014

The one advantage that wine shops have over online stores is the sense of immediacy. Online stores are now taking steps to address this particular problem through the use of same-day delivery.

How Hotels Can Engage Gen X and Millennial Guests

August 20, 2014

Gallup’s latest hospitality study reveals the preferences of the up-and-coming generations of guests, who could reshape the industry