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If you’re a wine lover, Argentina is definitely your place in the world. Two of the most prominent winemaking regions of the country are Mendoza and Salta. Here you will be able to enjoy the complete experience of wine tourism with a good glass of wine.
And if that’s not enough, there are also very interesting wines that stand out in wine cellars in Buenos Aires Province. Stay on this post and pour yourself a good glass of wine while you read it.



Argentine wine Stay at Huentala Hotel in Mendoza.

This region is famous for producing some of the best Malbecs in Argentina. Its cellars offer a unique experience that combines history, tradition, and technology. Only in Mendoza, you’ll find around 1200 wine cellars. Approximately 100 of them are open to the public for visits and tastings. Some of them even have their own restaurant with amazing gourmet proposals.



We recommend visiting a maximum of two wineries per day to fully enjoy your glass of wine at each visit and remember it forever. We suggest group tours and excursions so you don’t have to drive.
Catena Zapata is one of the most recognized wineries in the world thanks to the quality of their wines. Here you will be able to try high-end Malbecs and learn about the different terroirs that influence the flavor of each wine.

Ruca Malen. Situated in Luján de Cuyo, this winery offers an exceptional gastronomic experience with a pairing of wines and typical Argentinian dishes. Order a glass of the Malbec Reserva, unforgettable.
For its part, Zuccardi combines tradition and modernity in its wines. This winery is recognized for its innovation and sustainability, and its wines reflect the diversity of Mendoza’s soils and microclimates.



Saltas wine
Design Salta awaits you with the best experience.

The wine route through Salta takes you to try its Torrontés, a white grape variety that produces fresh and scented wines. In the Chalchquíes, Colomé, and Cafayate Valleys you’ll find the main wine cellars.

Prepare your wine glass, because it will be a party. In El Esteco, located in the heart of the Chalchaquíes Valleys, this colonial-style winery offers a wide variety of wines, including its award-winning Torrontés.
Piattelli is known for its high-end wines. Try their Torrontés de Altura, which reflects the freshness and elegance of the vineyards of Salta.

Colomé is one of the oldest wine cellars in Argentina, founded in 1831. Besides its Torrontés, Colomé is famous for its Malbec de Altura, which is cultivated over 2300 meters above sea level.



Salta-cup of wineDon’t miss visiting Cafayate, the epicenter of the wine scene in Salta. Some wineries require advance booking, so make sure to plan ahead. And don’t miss the opportunity to try the delicious cuisine of Salta.



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The great surprise in this wine route is the province of Buenos Aires, which is emerging with very good wines in towns such as Mar del Plata, Chapadmalal, Saldungaray, Tandil, Junín, Berisso, and Campana. The terroirs of the hills, close to the lagoons or the sea are revealing great wines in these zones. Cordón Blanco, Gambia, or La Blanqueada are some wineries to keep in mind.


With this route, you will be ready to dive into the winemaking culture of Argentina and enjoy some of the best wines in the world. Get your wine glass ready, cheers, and have a great trip!

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