Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’

Moscato, Malbec and Pinot Noir, the hot favorites in US

February 8, 2012

This derived from the last report presented by “Wine Market Council” and “Nielsen”, which describes the state of wine in the United States. This report highlights that Argentina and New Zealand have experienced the greatest growth.

The bulk wine boom

February 7, 2012 by Ma. Soledad González

New World’s bulk wine exports to United Kingdom, United States and Germany have undergone a substantial change in their mix, from bottled to bulk wine. Argentina is one of the leading wine-supplying countries, growing by 114% in the last year.

What are the strategies of the most successful brands?

February 1, 2012 by Laura Saieg

In 2011, Argentina’s bottled wine exports dropped by 7% in volume. Nevertheless, several brands managed to keep on and in some cases, to grow.

Good quality is predicted for the 2012 harvest

February 1, 2012 by Redacción

An early look at the harvest shows signs of a year of highly concentrated reds and very healthy and fresh whites.

An Argentine wine, the best sold on Wine.com

January 25, 2012 by Laura Saieg

As every year, the United States’ largest online sales channel published the Wine.com 100 of the best-selling wines among the site’s customers. An Argentine Cabernet Sauvignon reached the first position and other seven wines from this country were also included in this Top 100 list.

The identikit of South American wines

January 18, 2012 by Laura Saieg

The Argentine Wine Observatory presented the first part of a report that compares the wine industry of Argentina and Chile. It reveals data about planted hectares, finished products, and internal consumption of both countries.

99 points and more in Jay Miller’s goodbye

December 28, 2011 by Laura Saieg

The Wine Advocate’s former taster of Argentine wines published his last scores, as well as the best producers and wines in Argentina. The highlight: wines almost perfect, reaching 99 and 98 points.