Here, you will find news about Argentina and its wines, written by the world’s most influential Wine Bloggers selected by WineSur. The articles will be read in their original language.
It’s time to nominate your favorite wine blog in the 2010 Wine Blog Awards. Not only has the name changed a bit, but a new group is running the program. The North American Wine Bloggers’ Conference took over the contest and will present the Awards at the WBC2010 in Walla Walla, [...]Read More 1 Comments »
American Express creó Pairings. Un evento exclusivo para socios que combina comida, música y vino. Para ello contrata a tres personalidades de cada uno de los atractivos y los presenta en New York y Napa Valley.
Bodega Tamari Reserva Malbec 2007 is a wine that all budget conscious wine shoppers should keep an eye out for. It is a big, chewy, concentrated, and quite delicious wine for around 14 bucks a bottle. These days who can pass up deals like that?
This is an excellent example of how [...]
Los fundadores de Wine Log acaban de lanzar Super Wine Search. Se trata de una aplicación para buscar, comparar y comprar vinos. Lo bueno es que si no encontrás el que buscás, podés agregarlo.Read More Comments »
El fin de semana pasado, Mendoza fue el escenario de la competencia que consta de 630 kilómetros de recorrido con paradas en distintas bodegas. El “Rally de las bodegas” ya es una marca registrada.
El “Rally de las bodegas”, ya es una tradición de la vendimia mendocina. Todos los años, una semana después [...]
My friend and brother in law Daniel Slager introduced me to this wonderful wine many years ago. He found it in a great little wine shop in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Dan and family now live in Minneapolis, where he is Publisher & CEO of Milkweed Editions, so we don’t get to share wine that [...]
Wine and architecture have a long history together. If architecture is frozen music, then wine is liquid weather. Each transmutes something into a whole greater than the sum of its parts. But beyond this metaphorical kinship, wine has often inspired (and funded) the creation of grand architecture. And vice versa.
From the [...]
Last week it was wines from Salta. Tonight we’ll be tasting wines from the Mendoza region of Argentina as part of TasteLive! a live tasting social-networking platform run by Craig Drollett, that connects wine lovers and bloggers with different wineries.
TasteLive! allows wineries to get real-time feedback and opinions on their wines, [...]