Category: South America


More than a specialist, Pablo prefers to be called an enthusiast. He is a firm believer in Uruguayan wines, it’s present, past and future. Before becoming a somm, he worked four years in the oldest Uruguayan winery. But even before that, he used to write about wine and book pairing. Why? Because he finds a strong connection among them. You… Read more →


Gabriel Dvoskin   Gabriel doesn’t want to be called a specialist, “it may be too much!”, he says. But he has been going to Mendoza for more than 20 years, initially visiting vineyards, later reporting and eventually working in the vines and cellar. And yes, always drinking a lot of good wines with grilled beef. One morning harvesting before sunrise… Read more →