(The Essentialist) Unique architecture, stunning Andean panorama, and delicious regional fare make this family-run winery one of the world’s best. For The Essentialist.
(La Nación/Lugares) Sus 75.000 seguidores de Twitter saben que faltan pocos meses para que deje la Argentina. Luego de cinco años como embajador británico en Buenos Aires –con unos 12 meses de bonus por la pandemia– en junio Mark Kent concluye su tarea en el país. Pero gracias a una actitud abierta y cercana, que uno no imaginaría en […]
(Fine Dining Lovers) It was a precocious 20-year-old Pablo Rivero who threw the few savings he had, along with backing from his grandmother and father, into a humble parrilla (steakhouse) that opened in a sketchy Buenos Aires ‘hood shortly before Argentina’s most devastating economic crisis unleashed its turmoil in 2001. Today, Parrilla Don Julio tops the bucket list of almost every […]
(Fine Dining Lovers) It’s a wine lover’s ultimate dream: running a winery, making vintages that score 100 highly-coveted Parker points, exploring local terroir to bottle its most honest expression, then soaking up all those liquid riches over a fine dinner while the sun slowly drops behind snowy Andean peaks. This is the Zuccardi family’s reality. And because […]
(Maleva) ¿Cómo sociedad, cómo nos estamos comportando los argentinos frente al Coronavirus? ¿Las medidas – de los distintos gobiernos – son apropiadas? ¿Qué características tenemos estos «bichos sociables» que somos en cuarentena? Nada más revelador (y por qué no, objetivo) que la mirada de afuera. Por eso en MALEVA consultamos a cinco extranjeros – todos destacados en lo suyo – […]
(Condé Nast Traveller) ‘The best time to visit Buenos Aires? Spring, which begins in September, when parks and wide avenues explode with jacarandas’ violet blossoms. Yet I’ve discovered a new-found affection for the Argentine capital’s striking autumnal hues. This year, the second season in the southern hemisphere has slunk in like a tardy teenager but, given […]
(Fodor’s) I’m at my apartment in Buenos Aires, and just finished working on a book I’m co-writing. And while I’m used to working from home, I’m not used to being at home for such a prolonged period. Argentina has been officially on lockdown since March 20, though I’ve been practicing social distancing since March 14. […]
(Monocle’s The Forecast 2020) As venues for audiophiles take off in global cities, with a heavy nod to the jazz-kissa of Tokyo, we explore three places where vinyl collections are played on some of the world’s best analogue equipment – with strong spirits and wine lists to match. If you’ve ever been to a jazz-kissa in […]
(The Independent) Argentina’s wine-making capital Mendoza (the name of the city and the province) is a welcome indulgence at any time of year. Dozens of bodegas(wineries) open their cellar doors year round to offer up tastings, paired lunches or picnics among vineyards, many in the shadow of the Andes’ handsome peaks. Besides its wine-making heritage, Mendoza – officially one […]
(N by Norwegian) Argentina’s northwestern wine-producing region has historically been overshadowed by Mendoza as Argentina’s primary wine-producing region. But its industry is growing – bringing new life and tourism to one of South America’s most stunning destinations. Published in N by Norwegian’s October 2019 edition.