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What: The Bubble’s After Office event with a great view of the city!

When: Wednesday, June 19th at 7:30 PM

Where: The American Club of Buenos Aires – Viamonte 1133, Floor 10

How much: AR $400. You get a welcome …

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 …

It took nearly two hours driving from Córdoba’s capital city and through its winding hills to reach La Cumbre, the charming pueblito that hosted the first annual La Cumbre Gastronómica food festival. Gastronómicos from across Argentina gathered in this remote

It would be an understatement to say that things in Argentina aren’t going so hot right now. Between soaring inflation, a plummeting peso, and having to Google what the Country Risk Index even means, we’re all encompassed in an ugly …

As the food scene (ugh, I hate that string of words, don’t you?) in Buenos Aires continues to change, evolve, and improve, the local events calendar is brimming with different gastro-happenings, no matter the season, the reason, or the theme. …

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

Here’s a couple of things you probably didn’t know about Argentine wine: 27 percent of wine exported by Argentine goes to the United States, representing an impressive 32 percent of all sales. So it’s only fitting that Wines of Argentina

The holiday season is officially upon us, and if you’re spending these fiestas in Buenos Aires, perhaps you’ve found yourself scrambling to make plans for Christmas or New Year’s Eve. Whether you’re an expat orphan that hasn’t been lucky enough …

It’s almost that time of year in Buenos Aires: the temperature’s heating up (plus a few intense lightning storms), fake trees are appearing in the shop windows, the pan dulce is flowing, and you’ve suddenly realized you have yet to