In 2018, shipments abroad grew by more than 29% in volume over the previous year and totalled 76.2 million tonnes. The garlic exporter sector concluded 2018 with a significant increase in export volumes. According to the evolution of the last 5 years, the garlic has had constant growth, except for the fall of 2015, marked … Continue reading Mendoza’s garlic exports had a good year
A government delegation and businessmen visited China, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates. The minister of Economy of Mendoza, Martin Kerchner, along with Mario Lazaro director of ProMendoza, directed what the local media affirms as one of the best international missions to position the products of Mendoza in the World.
The people behind this project are all wine lovers that one day (over a few bottles of wine) decided to make a dream come true by making iconic wines together. The label features the fingerprints and handwritten names of all the owners. The design goal was to graphically convey that this is a highly personal, … Continue reading Alpasion
Though olives aren’t native to Argentina, the original success story is the Arauco variety, which, like Malbec, has fared extremely well in its new terroir over the past five centuries. That said, it’s not the only olive on the block. Changlot is also creating waves, thanks to Familia Zuccardi’s project in Maipú. They started producing oil in … Continue reading Zuelo
CASARENA (translated as “Sand House”) Winery & Vineyards is named after the earth-toned stucco exterior of the winery located on Brandsen Street, in the heart of Perdriel district in Lujan de Cuyo Region. Approximately 20 minutes away from downtown Mendoza, this viticulture project began in 2007 after the rebuilding of a century-old family winery. At the moment the winery … Continue reading Casarena