OUR WINES

NORTHERN REGION

Provinces of Salta | Tucumán | Catamarca

Valles Calchaquíes | Cafayate | El Arenal | Molinos

In the very north of the country, at a south latitude of 23°, the wine region comprises more than 15,000 acres cultivated northwest of Salta, Tucumán and Catamarca, intersected by the magical colors of the Valles Calchaquíes and a small area of Jujuy (Uquía), where a vineyard reaches 10.922 feet above sea level, making it the highest vineyard in the world.

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Province of Mendoza

Agrelo | Barrancas | Las Compuertas | Luján de Cuyo | Lunlunta | Maipú | Pedriel | San Martín | San Rafael | Valle de Uco | Ugarteche | Vistalba

Province of San Juan

Calingasta | Pedernal | Tulum | Ullum | Zonda

Cuyo means desert country in the native language of the population that use to inhabit the area before it was colonized. It’s an arid yet fertile region located in the country’s mid-west at the foot of the Andes mountain range that includes the provinces of Mendoza, San Juan and San Luis.

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CUYO REGION

PATAGONIAN REGION

Provinces of Neuquén | Chubut | Río Negro

Trevelin | Paso del Sapo | Sarmiento | San Patricio del Chañar | Alto Valle de Río Negro

Patagonia is the southernmost wine-producing region in Argentina and is comprised by large desolate stretches to the South – where internationally acclaimed wines are produced – flanked by low, wooded mountains, a circuit of paradisiacal lakes in the West, and the Atlantic coast to the East. The cultivated area reaches 9,400 acres, representing about 2% of the total planted in the country. The region spans over the provinces of La Pampa, Neuquén, most recently Chubut, and Rio Negro.

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