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Narda Lepes' corn que lo parió

Bite-size Masticar

What to eat at Masticar 2014: introducing the food trucks, the top chefs, plus miscellaneous hits and misses.

Onofre Arcos, Gerente & Enólogo de Bodegas Chandon, en la Master Class de Chandon

40 harvests old

You can legitimately sip it for breakfast by turning it into a Buck’s Fizz with fresh orange juice… a brief history of 40 sparkling wine harvests in Argentina at Chandon.

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The Expat: Mickael Rouxel

Brittany native Mickael Rouxel works as a waiter at a closed-door restaurant as it gives him sufficient time to undertake Muay Thai training – and he’s even represented Argentina.


Opening new doors

One of the more interesting collaborations to appear of late in Buenos Aires is most supportive of the closed-door dining scene – and it’s a big brand backing the little guy at the Cocina In House dinners.


The Expat: Daniel Negron Stapel

From studying for a second degree to modelling and getting married, Venezuelan Daniel Negron Stapel’s life is fulfilled: he says he’s like a fish in water living in Buenos Aires.

Bodega Tizac Vicien in Fiambalá, Catamarca

A blend of tannins and travels

You’ll need a sense of adventure on Argentina’s unexplored wine route in Tucumán and Catamarca to combine paragliding or horse-riding with tastings.

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The Expat: Meghan Lewis

Meghan Lewis and Buenos Aires have a lot of chemistry, which is why the former first-grade teacher left her life behind in California. She owns a yoga school, runs a vegetation closed-door restaurant and is growing a vegetable garden in Cardales.