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Entries with Keyword malbec

I flat-out refuse to accept the validity of reports that millennials are drinking less wine than ever. (I also loathe the overuse of the term “millennial” with the fire of a thousand suns, but let’s save that for another time). …

Michel Rolland has the most infectious laugh. It’s not something you’d expect from the 71-year-old French oenologist, who from a distance gives off an air of buttoned-up formality. A globally-renowned leading expert and winemaker, Rolland was born in the Pomerol …

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines (and your livers). Malbec World Day 2019 is upon us – Wednesday, April 17th to be exact – and it’s time to plan accordingly. Created by Wines of Argentina, it’s a time to …

As if the overwhelming amount of artistic and cultural events taking place this week around Buenos Aires weren’t enough, get ready to add even more fun to the agenda. From Thursday, April 11th through Sunday, April 21st, the ALMAlbec Festival

Argentina is very proud of its Malbec wines. And it has reason to. The country appropriated a variety that was considered second-rate in France and made wines of the highest quality, which placed the nation on the world map. Currently,

We all know Malbec is Argentina’s trademark grape. Wine drinkers the world over have grown increasingly loyal to the varietal that originated in France but really hit its stride once grown on Argentine soil. Since most of us clearly can’t …

It’s Friday, and politics aside, a glass of wine is sounding like a pretty good idea right about now. If you’re reading this in Argentina, you are in luck. Argentine Malbec has once again been declared the best in the

This brilliant one week event was conceived by Wines of Argentina and offers a variety of activities revolving around the most distinctive of all Argentine grapes – Malbec. Talks with experts, discounts, open air and free tastings are just a

You can tell a lot about a city from the contents of its supermarkets. The British might designate a disproportionate amount of space to baked-bean cans; America often has swathes of shelving to showcase the flair and ingenuity of its …

Living in Argentina, you learn to get by without certain luxuries. It’s a mixed bag. A balancing act if you will. As a foreigner does in any strange land, you find yourself giving up some benefits of modernity in order …