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Articles by Sorrel Moseley-Williams

“What products can you find in Tierra del Fuego? Centolla (king or spider crab), centollón (snow crab), cachiyuyo alga, merluza negra (Patagonian toothfish), mussels, sardines, cholgas, octopus… the Beagle Channel and beyond is so rich,” says Jorge Monopoli

The rolling green hills and open skies of Córdoba, a 90-minute drive from the eponymous capital, set the scene for one of the province’s top dining spots. Setting up shop in La Cumbre wasn’t exactly a bed of roses for …

With tables floating above goblet-trained vines, eight courses prepared by a World’s 50 Best Restaurant chef, a breathtaking panorama of the Andean sunset and pairings provided by one of Argentina’s most prolific winemaking families, Tegui SuperUco is hands down the …

Nobody’s rung Guinness yet but it’s possible that El Papagayo is the narrowest restaurant in Argentina.

A strange accolade, if you will, it’s definitely the country’s most curiously dimensioned spot at one centimeter less wide than Romanian basketball player Gheorghe …

We’re just days away from the festive season and hopefully your Nochebuena invite is already lined up. But what to bring, booze-wise, to the table? For the past 350 days, I’ve sampled hundreds of wines as well as spirits to …

Triple celebratory trouble lies ahead in Argentina, with Christmas, New Year’s Eve and summer on the verge of sliding down our chimneys like a svelte Papa Noel. And there couldn’t be a more perfect moment in the calendar to ramp

When 350 oenological revellers gather in a single room with the sole intention of making some serious juices flow, it can only mean one thing: Premium Tasting is back in Buenos Aires.

Most recently seen in Mendoza in August, and …

It’s agreed: after this infinite winter, we’re all gagging for spring to make out with us on jacaranda-blooming corners at any and every opportunity. Spring spells park life, skiving off work, and lingering lazy afternoons – best matched with fun …

It’s official. Winter’s here and only wine can save you. More specifically, these buxom blends that curl around your feet and work their way up your body, enveloping you in their liquid embrace, can save you.

Here are five UV

Quick geography lesson. You know Mendoza? Officially, it’s a desert. But, thanks to the fact that the region receives an abundance of water from Andes snowmelt, canny agronomists grow vines – and grow them spectacularly well – in this barren …