Sorrel Moseley-Williams

argentina

How Buenos Aires Grew a Chinatown from a Shed

Migration from China and Taiwan to the Argentine capital began in the 1980s. Since then, the city’s barrio chino has evolved from a tiny indoor market to a bustling neighbourhood of Chinese, Taiwanese, Japanese, and Korean restaurants and shops.
Sorrel Moseley-Williams
4.24.17
south america

A Bolivian Grape Harvest with Steven Soderbergh

Singani is made from Muscat of Alexandria grapes, cultivated in Bolivia's mountainous vineyards. The Ocean’s Trilogy director has been hooked on the spirit since his first taste ten years ago, and took me along to see how the grapes are harvested.
Sorrel Moseley-Williams
3.23.17
The Last Bite

The Last Bite: A 106-Year-Old Hippopotamus in Buenos Aires

Welcome back to The Last Bite, our column documenting the survival of traditional food establishments across the world. Today we visit El Hipopótamo, a bar that opened in the Argentine capital back in 1909.
Sorrel Moseley-Williams
11.21.16
argentina

What It’s Like to Run an Illegal Bar in Buenos Aires

As a precocious 20-year-old bartender with no cash, Julián Díaz opened a speakeasy on a $7,000 budget in 2004. “It was also my home,” he remembers. “The bar’s bathroom was also my bathroom so most mornings I’d find vomit everywhere.”
Sorrel Moseley-Williams
10.21.16
south america

How a Cleaning Lady Became One of Argentina’s Only Female Grill Chefs

In Argentina, cooking asado barbecue is a guy job—women get to dally about with lettuce and wash up. But at a restaurant in Mendoza, lady griller Virginia Lázaro is changing all that.
Sorrel Moseley-Williams
9.5.16
wine

How a Guy from Arizona Ended Up Running a One-Man Winery in Argentina

Brennan Firth moved to Mendoza from the States nine years ago to work the grape harvest and never went back. He now works nonstop in the Maipú region as a small-lot wine producer.
Sorrel Moseley-Williams
7.19.16