"From the choicest subzones of Mendoza’s Uco Valley, a new crop of small-batch Malbecs is forcing tasters to reconsider the basic parameters of Argentina’s signature wine.
Meanwhile, along the banks of the Río Negro in Patagonia, a small winery with big aspirations is turning the obscure Trousseau grape into an entirely New World wine." Michael Schachner, The Wine Enthusiast
Upon our return from an amazing adventure at Rio2016, we noticed several articles talking about Brazilian wines and the potential impact Rio2016 may have on the industry...
If you ever visited a vineyard, you may have noticed how at the end of some rows, there are beautiful rose bushes. Far from providing a simple visual enhancement, those plants are there for a very important reason.