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With Paul Hobbs
I say, Winemakers

Exclusive Interview with Paul Hobbs

Back in the 90s, he was responsible for producing and exporting some of the first premium Malbecs to US. Currently, he is the owner of one of the best and most acclaimed Argentine wineries, Viña Cobos.

VinoApp July 3, 2020

Grapes, Learn, Trends

Argentine Chardonnay, A Quick Overview

There is a reason why Chardonnay is called the “queen of whites”. This grape variety shows exceptional diversity and clearly communicates its origin.

 

Nicolas Orsini May 28, 2020

Grapes, Trends, Winemakers

Cabernet Franc: Winemakers Edition

Today, it shows great potential as a single varietal and winemakers all over Argentina are extremely excited to experiment with this variety. Check their expert opinions!

 

Jorge Bourdieu April 30, 2020

Grapes, Winemaking

How Is A Traditional Argentine Malbec Made?

Go through some of the key steps in producing traditional Malbec in Argentina!

 

Pablo Ponce April 17, 2020

News, Winemakers, Winemaking

How Does COVID-19 Affect The Argentine Wine World? 

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted every individual or industry in some way or the other. Check how some of the winemakers are dealing with this!

Nicolas Orsini April 8, 2020

Malbec vine, from Matervini.
Grapes

How Did Malbec Become The Identity of Argentina ?

People often think that Malbec was born in Argentina. However,  Malbec originates from France and was introduced in Argentina in 1868. Let’s explore the journey of this iconic variety!

 

Pablo Ponce February 20, 2020

Biodynamic techniques, at Ernesto Catena
I say, Trends, Winemaking

The Rise Of The Argentine Natural Wine Movement

There is a lot of conjecture around natural wines so if you are looking to discover some truth behind natural wines or just to increase your knowledge, check this!

Nicolas Orsini February 5, 2020

Casa Yague vineyards
Terroir, Tourism

An Emerging Wine Region In Argentina You Cannot Miss: Chubut

With extremely favorable wine growing conditions, Argentina has a reputation for giving birth to new wine regions frequently. Today: Chubut.

Nicolas Orsini January 29, 2020

Read, Terroir, Tourism, Trends, Visits

Discover Uco Valley

Curious to discover one of the most popular wine growing region in Argentina? Want a map to enrich your experience? We have got you covered with a digital map of the region created exclusively for VinoApp!

VinoApp January 2, 2020

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