The Cooking

The Cooking

Unlike its neighbours, who have heartily tucked into the culinary treasure of South America, Argentina has preserved a distinctly European heritage in its cooking.

The Selección 'G'

The Terruño

The world’s fifth largest producer of wine, Argentina only exports some 25 per cent of its output.

Argentinian Life

Argentine Life

After decades spent looking abroad for solutions to their problems, Argentines are turning their gaze towards their own country and rediscovering their roots with newfound pride.

The City

The City

More so than any other South American nation, the Argentines have a stronger relation to their countryside than to their cities, which they regard primarily as means to an end.

The Estancia

The Estancia

Ask a portenño (citizen of Buenos Aires), ‘How do you want to retire?’ He’ll reply, ‘On an estancia in the pampas’.

The People

The People

A cocktail of émigré Spanish, Italian, British and French bloods, and the home of cattle culture, Argentina is where the survivor mentality meets the herd instinct, with sometimes chaotic but always fascinating results.

The Music

The Music

Cultural renaissance has inspired a revival of the Tango, whose strains and lyrics express the loss, sadness and nostalgia of the émigré - and of the man never getting the girl.

The Sport

The Sport

Argentines may not always work hard, but they certainly play hard, especially at sport.

Our Charities

Our Charities

We support three main charities, both of which seek to improve the lives of disadvantaged people in South America.

Words by...

Rory Ross

Rory Ross is a London-based freelance journalist who writes on a wide range of subjects for publications around the world. He has travelled extensively throughout Argentina and South America.