Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’

Sustainability developments in Argentina

June 13, 2012 by Laura Saieg y Mariano Zalazar

In the framework of Sitevinitech fair, the company Verallia introduced its light weighted bottles within the ECOVA range, and Inap showed its new lubrication system for conveyor belts for containers.

14 medals for Peñaflor at Les Citadelles Du Vin

June 12, 2012 by Redacción

The Group collected 14 out of the 18 awards Argentina obtained – the other 4 were granted to Finca Flichman- at the contest sponsored by the OIV, carried out in France within the framework of Vinexpo.

Argentina triumphed in the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles

June 1, 2012 by Laura Saieg

It is one of the most important contests of the wine world. Thirty-six Argentine wines were awarded: 24 received a Silver medal and 12 a Golden one. Discover all the prizewinners here.

Argentina closed its grape harvest with 4,960 million pounds

May 30, 2012 by Mariano Zalazar

The grape harvest has officially finished displaying a phenomenal quality. This year, the level of alcohol for white and red wines has been set in 12.90%.

Argentina was crowned at Decanter Wine Awards 2012

May 24, 2012

With a remarkable performance, Argentina received 7 Regional Trophies and 11 Gold medals. Meet the winner in this article.

China, the market where Argentina grows the most

May 23, 2012 by Ma. Soledad González

In the first three months of the year, Argentine wine exports destined to this Asian country showed an increase of 21.5% in volume and 45% in value.

Trivento moved its sales department to Chile to strengthen the markets

May 14, 2012 by Laura Saieg

The marketing manager of the winery, Mónica Caamaño, told WineSur the reasons for removing the sales sector located in Argentina. According to her, Trivento’s brands are the most important for “Concha y Toro” group.

Lower grape volumes and excellent quality

May 2, 2012 by Laura Saieg y Mariano Zalazar

These are the characteristics of Argentina’s 2011 harvest. Only 3 weeks from the end of the harvest season, a 23% drop has been already estimated in the grape yield compared to the last year. However, Argentinian winemakers stressed the high quality and health of the crop.