Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’

Bulk is still the driving force of wine exports

November 30, 2012 by María Eugenia Aznar

During January-October period, the overall wine exports grew by 9.8% compared with the same period of last year. Of this upturn, 83% was propelled by bulk sales that account for 15.4% of the total exported wine.

Young winemakers’ vision on the Argentine winemaking

November 16, 2012

They are part of the new generation promoting worldwide the Argentine wine. They are awarded and recognized by the international press for their innovations.

Sparkling wine drives Argentine exports

November 14, 2012 by Laura Saieg

In September, the country sold 53 thousand cases of sparkling wines at USD 2.5 million. Brazil is still the leading destination; while, Venezuela experienced the greatest growth, by both volume and value.

Canada, the fastest growing market for Argentina

November 14, 2012 by María Eugenia Aznar

Of the ten main export destinations for bottled wine, Argentina increased its shipping by 5.8% in value and 1.7% in volume. Get to know the performance of the leading brands consolidating in the Canadian market.

Highest-price ranges propel bottled Argentine wine exports

November 7, 2012 by María Eugenia Aznar

Bottled wines of over USD 29 per case were the engine of the rise registered in the bottled wine exports during the first nine months of the year.

Bonarda vineyards grew by 21% in the last 10 years

November 7, 2012 by Ma. Soledad González

It only accounts for 10% of Argentina’s overall grape production. However, this prevailing variety in the Eastern region of Mendoza is starting to see a promising future.

Cheval des Andes, the union of France and Argentina

October 31, 2012 by Maria Jose Merino

This joint venture is one of the luxury projects developed in Mendoza. Today, its production amounts to 70 thousand bottles, making only one label: “Cheval des Andes”.

Argentina progresses in vine-growing innovations

October 18, 2012

The first certified Argentine Malbec plant, drip irrigation, weather stations and terroir development, are some of the advances which the Argentine viticulture is working on.

By price ranges: what are the market’s hottest brands?

October 17, 2012 by María Eugenia Aznar

From the price range of USD 13 to over USD 360, only some names lead Argentine wine exports. Find out in this article their performance.

Verallia invests USD 70 million in Argentina

October 15, 2012

The investment is intended for producing bottles for wines and sparklings. The company will expand its production capacity by 50%.