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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, 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

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

Food, I say

Cooking with Malbec: A Recipe You Cannot Miss

If you have never cooked with Malbec before, you are surely missing out! Check out this, we are certain that your taste buds won’t be disappointed.

 

Pablo Tasso February 7, 2020

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Doña Paula, Passion For Terroir

 

 

VinoApp November 29, 2019

Watch

Luigi Bosca, 4 Generations Dedicated To Wine.

 

 

VinoApp November 29, 2019

Serving Temperature
Food, I say

Quick Guide: Serving Temperature For Argentinian Wines

There are many factors that contribute to the experience of drinking wine, however, one of the most crucial ones which has gained attention in recent times is the serving temperature.

 

Jorge Bourdieu November 26, 2019

Phil Crozier
I say

Exclusive interview with Mr Argentina: Phil Crozier

Commonly known as Mr Argentina, he is the brand ambassador of Wines of Argentina in the UK and Europe. Click and meet him.

Pablo Santos November 20, 2019

9 Best Value Malbec
Grapes, Wine Ratings

9 Best Value Argentinian Malbecs

If you are about to explore the lovely world of Malbec, or if you are seeking for wise choices, this list is going to make your day.

VinoApp November 13, 2019

Torrontes Riojano Bunch
Grapes

How to identify grapes by leaves and bunches

Nice and quick guide to identifying strains directly among the Argentinian vineyards.

 

Pablo Ponce November 8, 2019

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