Valentin Bianchi Brings Value to Hand Crafted Wines

Many New World wineries were founded by European immigrants. In South America – just as in Napa and Sonoma Valleys – many of the wineries have been established by Italian immigrants who brought their agricultural heritage with them and planted vines in fertile soils abroad. Valentín Bianchi was one such immigrant. He came to Argentina from Italy in 1910 with a strong desire to succeed and a penchant for hard work. And he succeeded…

Click here to read about the value-oriented wines of Valentin Bianchi in this week’s Vine Guy column in the Washington, DC Examiner Newspaper

Click here to listen to this week’s Wine of the Week on WTOP Radion

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