El Malbec según su región de origen

A través de una infografía se delinea las características que distinguen a la cepa emblema de Argentina según su lugar de nacimiento. Además, se mencionan algunas bodegas para tener en cuenta.


Del Fin del Mundo Winery presents a “Turnkey” project

This winery seeks to commercialize cultivated areas of  grape. With this project, new partners may be included in the business.

Each vineyard plot would cost more than  300 thousand dollars. Del Fin del Mundo Winery is now looking for investors to participate of this project called “Clos del Fin del Mundo”. People interested in buying could acquire 1 vineyard plot with 3 hectares of surface,  2,5 hectares will be planted with Malbec grapes trough the latest technology. The rest would be free for construction (House, Quincho, etc.).

Finally  this “Turnkey” project allowed the owners an opportunity to sell their grapes or elaborate wines at Del Fin del Mundo Winery.

Wine Spectator spotlighted the good value of 13 Argentine wines

The ‘Tasting Highlights’ section of WineSpectator.com brought the best wines from its editors’ most recent tastings to its members.

According to the journalist of this publication, Nathan Wesley, despite the return of high inflation in Argentina, which puts upward pressure on production costs, “the nation’s winemakers continue to crank out some of the world’s best values”.


FINCAS PATAGONICAS Malbec Mendoza Tapiz Alta Collection 2011 Score: 90 | $19

BODEGA CUARTO DOMINIO Malbec Mendoza Chento 2011 Score: 89 | $20

FILUS Malbec Uco Valley 2011 Score: 88 | $15

BODEGA GOULART Malbec Mendoza The Marshall 2010 Score: 88 | $20

KIRKLAND SIGNATURE Malbec Mendoza 2011 Score: 87 | $7

“Hot trends continue to be Malbec and Moscaton in United States”

Lisa Thach MW will be one of the experts who will share her vision of the new trends in consumption by means of a videoed interview, at the ninth wine forum ‘IX Foro Internacional Vitivinícola’, to be held in Mendoza, on September 24th. In a talk with WineSur, she mentioned some of the major phenomena to take into consideration in the US market. Hot trends continue to be Malbec and Moscato. Malbec continues double digit growth at a 13.2% increase in 2012 from 2011