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Picture this: You’re standing in line at customs in Ezeiza airport for the first time. You’ve just arrived from a long trip and you just want to take off your shoes and die in whatever hotel/Airbnb you’ve rented out. But

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 …

Immediately after winning October’s midterm elections, the government began discussing a deep tax reform with the provincial governors. The negotiations include potential modifications to key taxes such as the one to gross earnings (Ingresos Brutos) and to checks, which represent …

It finally looks like we’ll be getting some sunshine this weekend, although we’re terribly afraid of jinxing it. With that said, it’s time to get out there and do something! Roll around in the lush green grass with your friend, …

Just like me after a couple of glasses of Mendoza’s finest, Argentina’s wine industry hasn’t been particularly steady over the last few years. After a remarkably promising decade, which saw the sector’s exports multiply fourteen-fold, approaching US $1 billion in …

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

As actors go, Gérard Depardieu is certainly well versed in the art of drinking wine. So much so, that his keen partaking in the ‘hobby’ has landed him in quite a bit of controversy over the years. Incidents include: urinating

When Pope Francis will canonize “Gaucho Priest” Jose Gabriel del Rosario Brochero Sunday it will mark the first time Argentine wine will be used at a Mass in the Vatican.

Usually the wine used is from Italy or, at most,

Despite having more than 1,500 wineries, the province of Mendoza isn’t all about the vino. The region also lends itself to more mom-friendly social media posts that include outdoor activities like bicycling, horseback riding and eating.

Situated in the …

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 …