Argentina

Malbec Vs Cot: Touring Cahors and Mendoza

The French Connection Coming from Argentina, the first thing that really strikes you about Cahors…

A quick fire guide to oak

French or American, What’s the difference? The tannins in American oak are strong and aggressive.…

Crossing the Andes

The jagged Andean peaks flanking Mendoza’s western side remain one of the most sublime and…

A Natural History of the Desert

Anybody who lingers in Mendoza has their attention naturally drawn south to the vineyards and…

The olive oil trail

Here is a closer look at the main olive oil strip in Maipu and the…

Olive oil in Argentina: a skirted history

As with all the very best legends, the genesis of olive oil in Argentina is…

Zonda Wind

Viento Zonda sounds far more dramatic than its technical term, foehn wind, and the scientific…

The Big Apple – Manzano Historico

You have to love somewhere that is named after an apple tree. Argentina’s favorite liberator…

Salta: Vines in the Sky

I know this is going to sound stupid, but I am going to say it…

The French Connection

Graham Cox looks into the French influence in Argentine winemaking and that little je ne…