malbec

  1. Argentina Beyond Malbec: Interview with Lucia Romero of Dos Minas

    Argentina Beyond Malbec: Interview with Lucia Romero of Dos Minas

    "We want these wines to transport the consumers to our unique desert-like region, and at the same time we want to make wines that are easy to drink and enjoy with friends and family." - Lucia Romero
  2. Chappellet Winery and the Art of Blending: Why Malbec Is the New Merlot

    Chappellet Winery and the Art of Blending: Why Malbec Is the New Merlot

    "And Petit Verdot is suddenly about as trendy as a classic old grape can be." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher see a big change in the blending practices of some of the world's top winemakers.
  3. Château de Haute-Serre Is Helping French Malbec Make A Comeback

    Château de Haute-Serre Is Helping French Malbec Make A Comeback

    Lisa Denning discusses with Bertrand Vigouroux how his family brought new life to an old grape.
  4. Winemaker Facundo Pereira Casa Bianchi Winery in Mendoza, Argentina

    Winemaker Facundo Pereira Casa Bianchi Winery in Mendoza, Argentina

    "What we want is balance. The balance is not one side or the other. It’s not the over-ripeness, it’s not the green harvest." Facundo Pereira Casa Bianchi
  5. Think Pink

    Think Pink

    Pink has long been a subject of fashion. In the 1957 film Funny Face with Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn, there is a musical number called "Think Pink"...
  6. On Mendoza, Cancer, and Evita Perón - "I have more strength than I appear to have."

    On Mendoza, Cancer, and Evita Perón - "I have more strength than I appear to have."

    A trip to Argentina to create the book Conversations with Winemakers: Mendoza, Argentina turned into a life changing experience.
  7. Argentina: A Terroir of Contrast

    Argentina: A Terroir of Contrast

    There is more to Argentina than Malbec from Mendoza -- Salta has some of the highest vineyards in the world, whereas Patagonia is an exotic landscape.
  8. Mendoza the home of Malbec

    Mendoza the home of Malbec

    How Argentina's wine capital became the home of Malbec.
  9. The King of Value, Daniel Pi, Trapiche

    The King of Value, Daniel Pi, Trapiche

    There are few wineries out there producing wine at an $8 price that can compare to the quality of Trapiche. And with their single vineyard, Icsay, Finca Las Palmas and Gran Medalla series, they are also making interesting wines at the higher end.
  10. Elevating Malbec: Gerardo Michelini of Zorzal

    Elevating Malbec: Gerardo Michelini of Zorzal

    Gerardo Michelini of Zorzal on why the wines of Gualtallary in the Uco Valley are raising the bar for Argentine Malbec.
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