Wineries have organized different tourism and gastronomic alternatives to celebrate Easter. Get to know some of them in this article.
Although the industry forecasts a good year, the price per ton will not be so different from 2012. This is mainly due to the rise in production of its major competitor, “concentrated apple juice from China”.
Ten of these awards corresponded to WineSur’s member wineries. The winemakers of each wine tell about “the secrets” behind these examples that won the top award. See all of them in this article.
The San Juan-based company has begun an “evangelism” process with the purpose of showing that this kind of closure offers much more advantages than natural corks. The aim is to reach higher-end wines
Undoubtedly, bulk wine was the driving force of Argentine exports, growing by 70% in volume between 2011 and 2012. However, there are uncertainties for next year, mainly on the part of United States. Whereas Italy and Spain are the “new buyers”
Wineries aim at moving their exports to the highest price ranges in order to recover the profitability lost due to the exchange rate. Latin America and Asia are the two destinations propelling the growth.
Bottled wine exports to this country grew by 24% in value and 18% in volume. Likewise, Mexico is Argentina’s 8th leading destination in terms of value.
The consumption of this variety is growing in countries such as Colombia, China, Russia and Sweden, whereas it falls in France, Italy, United Kingdom, and United States. Argentine exports go with both trends.
Nowadays, there are 19 companies in Argentina devoted to the fair trade. Although they represent a small share of the overall exports of this country, they have managed to maintain an important growth in the sales abroad, in both value and volume.