Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’

Argentinian Wine Dreams

March 20, 2009

untitled1An email from AB International, a wine company in Argentina contained this story. I hope you like it as much as I did.

“There is a magical place in south AMERICA, where the landscape gives back flavor and seduction, called REPUBLICA ARGENTINA

It is an extensive winegrowing zone where we do something unique.

It seems a miracle but it is only the fruit of the living southern nature, united to the most advanced technique and to the patience human work.

We have achieved our dream: to put inside of each bottle, the silence, the color and the mystery of this remote country. It Is done in the south, and is for the world.

Who offers it to its own eyes will be able to see the light of the Argentinian hope that crosses its crystalline thickness.

Who appreciates its fragrance will feel the pioneering energy of this wine borned in the most southern lands of the world.

Who offers it to its palate, will be able to touch the flavor of this country”.

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Very Fine Wine Thoughts

February 9, 2009

Here are some very fine wines thoughts, on wine today from ABTrading Company International in Buenos Aires.

During the past few years society appears to be awakening to the joys and pleasures that wine can offer. The massive production and irrational consumption which dominated the world of wine during decades appear to have been definitely left behind.

Just as in the days of our grandfathers, to talk about wine today is to talk about history, culture and tradition. It is synonymous with knowledge, work and effort; of joy and pleasant moments.

To drink quality wine implies of necessity a modern and sophisticated approach. The modern consumer is now alert to trends and the latest novelties. He learns daily and knows how to enjoy responsibly.

Our society needs good and honest wines more than ever; wines that bind us together and place us above prejudices. Wine, drunk in moderation, achieves this objective admirably. It is possible that as long as there are humans on earth, the grape will continue giving tribute to man’s intelligence.