Nieto Senetiner Winery, that this year celebrates its 12oth anniversary, opened the doors of its Casa Nieto Senetiner in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil. This new wager converts the winery into the first in the country to establish itself on the other side of the border, with its own space. After several years of entertaining wine lovers from its location in Buenos Aires, Nieto Senetiner Winery carries its specialty to the Jardims neighborhood, for all wine lovers.
The Great Wine Capitals (GWC) increasingly awakens interest in Mendoza, according to some statistics that are being generated in these days. In recent weeks wineries made presentations for the annual “Best Of” awards and the presentation has increased remarkably with respect to last year.
A distillery of Mendoza is a pioneer in the country and in the world in the production of a “five times distilled tri-fruit” vodka, of appreciable fruit flavor, in addition to producing quince brandy.
The department of San Rafael is one of the bastions of Mendoza’s wine culture. Birthplace of large wine cellars like Jean Rivier, Valentin Bianchi, Roca and Goyenechea, it is the second most important department of the province in terms of wine culture, with a cultivated surface of more than 16,000 hectares. Specifically, one of the icons of the zone is the wine cellar “Viñas del Golf,” a very promising enterprise.
It is located at a strategic geopolitical point within the Central Bioceanic Corridor. Steady growth during recent years and the diversification of productive activities has made Mendoza one of the most developed provinces in the country and the main industrial hub of western Argentina. The province stands out for its human capital, infrastructure, natural resources …