Sunday, February 18, 2018

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By Diario Uno

Exhibe una cara aggiornada, la fachada reacondicionada e importantes trabajos en los techos, persianas y en la pintura.

Uno de los sitios más emblemáticos de Mendoza y que estaba deteriorado fue remodelado y presentado en sociedad. Se trata del hotel Termas de Villavicencio, que sigue sin estar habilitado como alojamiento, pero quieren que tenga un uso...[Read More]

By Revista High

El sushi, realizado con rolls de arroz, relleno de pescados y mariscos y sazonado con wasabi, está bastante alejado de lo que podríamos denominar gastronomía mendocina.  Sin embargo no hubo prejuicio que le hiciera frente a la corriente de fanáticos que fueron potenciando el consumo de sushi en la provincia. De esta forma, este menú se familiariza cada vez más  con el mendocino, quien elige comerlo como un plato de pastas, como una hamburguesa en un patio de comidas o cómo su comida preferida en un restó elegante...[Read More]

By Wine Republic

The government has announced huge new investments in Argentina’s ailing rail network. Charlie Foley reminisces about one of South America’s most impressive engineering projects – the Transandine Railway across the Andes.

Possibly the most astonishing train journey in the world would have been the crossing from Buenos Aires to Valparaiso in Chile. The landscape is spectacular, the rolling pampas land turning into the lush verdure of Mendoza; where the colossal Andes rise up next to the fields of vines like a slumbering giant.

The greatest of shames then that this journey is...[Read More]

By The Drinks Business

Argentina’s Bodega Catena Zapata has unveiled a new label design for its Malbec Argentino 2015 inspired by the history of its flagship variety and told through four symbolic women.

Founded in 1902 in Mendoza, Catena Wines was one of the first to bring European winemaking techniques to Argentina, pioneering the use of Malbec and vine growing at high altitudes.

At a dinner and tasting last week, held at Wandworth’s Chez Bruce, Dr Laura Catena, managing director of Catena Wines, and her sister, historian Dr Adrianna Catena, showed off the new label design for the Malbec Argentino.

With the assistance of its stockist Hedonism Wines and head chef of Chez Bruce, Bruce Poole, Laura and Adrianna took members of the wine trade and press through ten centuries of Malbec.

The new label, the brainchild of Adrianna, pays hommage to Malbec and its roots in France and subsequent rise in Argentina. Designed by Rick Schaefer and Stranger & Stranger, a packaging design and branding company which specialises in alcoholic drinks, the label depicts four female figures which...[Read More]

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