“Argentina’s potencial for winemaking is amazing and the diversity of its future prospects is dramatic. If there is anywhere a place that encompasses the perfect match of climate, soil, costs, human resources, and, above all, freedom for creativity and minimal bureaucracy to hinder the genuine development of a new and exceptional viticulture, that place is undoubtedly Argentina”
Michel Rolland, in Wines of Argentina
There is not another place where conditions are a mix of sophistication and rusticity. Its topography and climate are unique. Argentina can make things that are impossible to be made in the rest of the world.”
“The energy and attractive exchange rate are great news for wine lovers waiting to explore the riches of Argentina’s vineyards
Bruce Sanderson, Wine Spectator
" Argentina is one of the great wine-producing nations, right up there after France, Italy, and Spain. But hardly anyone knows this."
Frank J. Prial, The New York Times
"Clearly, Argentina holds some exciting possibilities. Quality should continue to improve and exports increase, providing adventurous wine lovers with yet another country to explore"
San Jose Mercury News
Paul Hobbs in his California wineyards.
“By the year 2015, the greatness of Argentine Malbec wine will be considered as a gift. This French varietal has reached startling heights of quality in Argentina. Both inexpensive, delicious Malbecs and majestic, profoundly complex ones from high-elevation vineyards are already being produced, and by 2015 this long-ignored grape's place in the pantheon of noble wines will be guaranteed.”
RobertParker in Food & Wine
“…the potential and challenge for world class quality from Argentina's finest vineyards continues to be more and more evident with each new vintage, not only with Malbec, but also with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Chardonnay, all noble varietals.”
Robert Parker, in Wines of Argentina