Physical retail spaces are becoming less exciting, transparent and with less variety of options. And wine, like many other products sold in retail stores, are not exempt.
Oscar Marcovecchio, Director of ViñaVida, spoke with WineSur about the path to be followed by the winery which, upon focusing on premium wines, was awarded many prizes during 2014. That brought about its consolidation both in the domestic and foreign markets.
Are you thinking of travelling to the north of Argentina by dint of drinks of good wines? These five wines are the synthesis of the land of vineyards that smells of jasmines and red wines as dark as night. Take note and dive into the wine aisle.
In the wineries, in the press, at wine tastings, one question reverberates around the glass: what is the difference between the terroirs of Argentina and the rest of the world? The question is as wide as it is elusive, because in every region, every micro-terroir, Argentina has an answer to give.
Germán Di Cesare, winemaker of Trivento, spoke with WineSur about the winemaking year at the winery, the recognitions obtained, and consequently, the growth achieved. He also mentions some of the launchings they are preparing for this year.
The renowned wine critic and former WineSpectator taster talked to The Straits Times about the way in which he has led his team from Hong Kong during the last four years and, based on this, about the characteristics featured by the market, national wines, and the wines exported to that country.