The New President of Chile Has Chosen a Very Unusual Place to Live

(Fodor’s) Yungay is a rough diamond of a neighborhood, one where colonial and Belle Époque architecture converge with street art, and residents greet each other by name. Founded in 1839, Chileans know Yungay is considered the country’s first barrio and was once a magnet for well-heeled European migrants who constructed stylish mansions in the 19th century. Central […]

Catching up with cachaça

Thousands of microdistilleries are helping to change the face of Brazil’s national spirit, creating aged and wood-blended expressions that are pulling in new fans. If life gives you limes, make Caipirinhas. The sweet yet zingy cocktail muddled with the green citrus fruit, white cachaça and sugar fuels Brazilians and, given that they consume 99% of […]

El mejor restaurante argentino: por cuarto año consecutivo ocupa un lugar en The World’s 50 Best Restaurants

(La Nación) En 2021 alcanzó el puesto 13 en el ranking de The World’s 50 Best Restaurants -los 50 mejores restaurantes del mundo- y por cuarto año consecutivo, Parrilla Don Julio mantuvo su presencia en la lista más reconocida del mundo gastronómico en el puesto 14. El anuncio se hizo en Londres, en una ceremonia presencial en […]

20 Innovators Changing the Way We Eat: Mark Emil Hermansen

(Condé Nast Traveler) What do you get if you take two senior Noma alumni chasing “the goosebump moment” and put them in a formerly derelict Copenhagen shipyard? The answer is Empirical, which sits somewhere between drinks brand and scientific experiment into double fermentation and low-temperature vacuum distillation. Hermansen and his business partner Lars Williams describe it as a […]

The 53 best cities in the world in 2022: 21, Buenos Aires

(Time Out) What makes us great: South America’s most culturally exciting city, Buenos Aires is a magnet for cocktail aficionados, gourmands and culture vultures, thanks to its abundance of award-winning bars and restaurants, and a buzzing arts scene with free museums, art galleries and cultural festivals that keep porteños (the Argentinian capital’s residents) entertained long into the night. […]

Argentinian visionaries

(Drinks International) Think of Argentinian wine, and your nose anticipates the concentrated plum and cherry aromas of a joyful Malbec, tastebuds salivating at the umami sizzle of a medium-rare rib-eye, its perfect partner. Perhaps it’s barrel-aged Malbec from the elevated Cafayate Valley or Perdriel grapes freshened up with carbonic maceration. No matter the style, the […]