Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’

Three wine celebrities work together for education

July 15, 2013

For charity, Dany Rolland, Steven Spurrier and José Spisso have joined to create a unique blend at O. Fournier wineries in Spain, Argentina and Chile.

Torrontés wine is consolidated as the main Argentine White

July 12, 2013

The country has 7,800 hectares grown with this grape. Mendoza concentrates 45% of the cultivated area. Cafayate, in Salta, is the terroir where this variety has best developed. United States is its most important export destination.

How to reach the attractive markets for Argentina?

July 10, 2013 by María Elena Graffigna

The greater competitiveness in the wine world poses the need for adjusting the strategies to reach the world’s most appealing markets. The last issue of the Argentina Wine Report analyzes which they are.

The 2013 harvest will give excellent wines in every part of Argentina

July 8, 2013

Winemakers from each region of the country spotlighted that this crop will be characterized not only by a good yield of grapes, but also by the health, quality and expressiveness of each varietal wine.

High-flying business: airlines increasingly include Argentine wines in on-board services

July 3, 2013 by Juan Diego Wasilevsky

Today, there are more than a dozen of Argentine wineries included in the wine lists of high-class air companies. See below successful cases.

Enough with saints: when naming a wine, wineries become increasingly “rough”

June 26, 2013 by Juan Diego Wasilevsky

In the past years, “politically incorrect” names were proliferated with the aim of being different on the shelves. Keys of the strategy.

In 10 years, the number of wineries exporting to Canada grew by 300%

June 26, 2013 by María Elena Graffigna

In 2012, this number amounted to 212, whereas in 2002 it was only 54. Canada is the second destinations of Argentine wine exports and one of the best-performing countries, becoming the focus of exporters’ attention worldwide.

Exports of wine in bottle surged by 5%

June 19, 2013 by María Eugenia Aznar

This upturn was registered in the turnover during the first four months of 2013, whereas in terms of volume, the growth was 2%, compared with the same period of 2012, according to data from the National Institute of Viticulture (INV).