Argentinian wine


Once I stepped in to the world of Argentinian wine, and yes, as most, looked for that perfect Malbec, among tango in Buenos Aires.

Until I found Cafajate in the province of Salta (The Andean Northwest) and head to San Salvador de Jujuy.

High altitude Cabernet and aromatic Torrontes made my days pleasant and educational. Mendoza region was good to explore and of course interesting wines have been found in the garage, but they did not really impress me, such as Salsa.

My new love for now is Mexican wine and I dream to head to the Valle De Guadalupe (Baja California). I have already tasted white, rose and red and I am impressed. Of course, traditionally you can always go for stronger experience as Tequila and Mezcal. It’s getting hot in here,  Mama Latina America, Mexico .

You make me do so, Salsa.

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2 Comments Argentinian wine

  1. Miltos Christodoulou March 8, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    Alena is amazing , she capture moments . We have explored with her my home – the island of Skiathos and she could capture the beauty of it from deep inside.
    Local people , morning fisherman , party time and Greek life style. She is traveler in her soul, and she is the one who see further , than just photo.

    1. Kseniia Dobretska May 15, 2019 at 8:19 pm

      We met accidentally , but nothing is by accident. We met in Bordeaux , and here is all started. I admire these girl and her passion for travel and photography. She admired my graphic work. We find so much in common , and we always have something to share in between as two when its comes to art. I really wish I could dear to travel far enough to meet my self , as Alena does. Hanging out in the fields with camera to catch perfect moment and light.


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