What Do You Need to Become a Winemaker in Argentina?

Patrick Archer aruba, creative class, foreign investment, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, wine & vineyards

From Bono to De Niro, the list of ricos y famosos buying their own private vineyards in Argentina keeps getting longer, as global appreciation and demand for Argentine wines continue to soar. But you don’t have to be the frontman for rock’s top-grossing act or the world’s greatest living actor to own your own vineyard and bottle your own private …

Brazil’s Importance Keeps Rising for Argentina Wine Exports, Tourism

Patrick Archer agribusiness, global rankings, real estate, tourism, wine & vineyards

The Portuguese accents and “Muito Obrigados” covering the Masters of Food & Wine barrel in the lobby of the Park Hyatt Mendoza were a good clue earlier this year. Now, mid-year wine export numbers and a Trapiche study of consumption habits confirm Brazil’s untapped upside as a consumer of Argentine wine and wine tourism. On assignment in Mendoza, Luiz Guimares of …

More Foreigners Buying Vineyard Properties in Mendoza

Patrick Archer foreign investment, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, wine & vineyards

The number of foreign investors buying real estate in Mendoza continues to rise according to a new survey of buyers and brokers in Los Andes Online. Gabriela Balls says investors view Mendoza as a safe place to invest with regions like the Valle de Uco, Vistalba, Chacras de Coria and San Rafael as some of the most sought-after destinations in …

“Honey, I Bought A Vineyard in Argentina!”

Patrick Archer entrepreneurs, foreign investment, wine & vineyards

Politicians are a bit like chess players in the way they are constantly plotting their next moves: pushing new agendas, pursuing re-election or seeking higher office. But for one Alaska politician, the next move was as original as it was unexpected. Wasilla City Council member Nancy Hall announced she will step down from her post and move with her husband …