You've probably heard of Malbec, but that's just the start.
Cambalache features wines from all major producing regions, stretching over 1242 miles from Salta in the North to Patagonia in the South, passing through La Rioja, San Juan and Mendoza on the way. Grab a glass and enjoy!
A boutique family winery through and through and also one of the very best. Walter Bressia makes special wines with real personality.
BODEGA CATENA ZAPATA
A pioneer of high-altitude viticulture, Catena Zapata are world renowned for producing some of the most lauded wines to come from Argentina.
With wines made by Bordeaux-born pioneer Hervé J. Fabre, Viñalba is the fastest growing Argentine brand in the UK.
DOMINIO DEL PLATA
Founded by one of Argentina’s foremost female winemakers – Susana Balbo – Dominio del Plata make wonderfully fresh, accessible wines.
A state of the art winery set in the stunning Patagonian landscape. Champions of quirky blends and unique variations – try the delicious sparking ‘Deseado’ Torrontés.
One of the first families of Mendoza. The Zuccardi’s personify the past present and future of Argentine winemaking.
As the name implies, this winery was started ‘from scratch’ just 10 years ago. Today is is one of the most celebrated wineries in South America.
FINCA LAS MORAS
Vineyards based in the three core valleys of San Juan ‘Pedernal’, ‘Zonda’ and ‘Tulum’. Specialsts in Syrah and Malbec as well as whites such as Viogner.
Started in 2002 and located in the high altitude Tupungato area of Mendoza, some 1200m above sea level.
MICHEL TORINO ESTATE
An historic winery nestled in the stunningly beautiful Cafayate Valley in Salta, Northern Argentina. The home of Torrontes.
One of the most historic wineries in the country and now owned by the Austrian Swarovski family. Excellent wines at all price levels.
Apart from great wines, Tapiz also houses one of Mendoza’s top hotels and restaurants. If you’re planning a trip, this is the place to stay.
TERRAZAS DE LOS ANDES
Terrazas de los Andes were the pioneer of high altitude production in Argentina in the 50’s, paving the way for many of the developments we see today. Part of the LVMH group of luxury fashion and drinks brands.
Deeply rooted in the soils of Mendoza, crafted with the spirit of Argentina, and shared with the world, Argento embodies the essence of modern Argentina. Our story is simple – Argento is intrinsically entwined with its country of origin.
Trapiche has been in business for 130 years and holds an important position as one of Argentina’s most historic – yet also cutting edge – wineries.
Named after the three winds that blow across Mendoza – the Polar, Zonda and Sudestada – Trivento is also one of the most recognisable Argentine brands in the UK.
Based in the La Rioja province of Northwest Argentina, La Riojana are the world’s largest producer of certified Fairtrade-Organic wine.
Chandon delivers tradition and heritage in the elaboration of the best sparkling wines in Argentina. Its presence leans on 267 years of experience in France and 50 in Argentina.
Septima is a winery based at the foot of the Andes in the cool climate region of Agrelo in Mendoza, with the highest altitude vineyards in Argentina.
Bodega Luigi Bosca is one of the few wine-producing places that has remained in the hands of the founding family throughout the decades. It has become a paradigm of the national wine.
Oenological practices developed in the Veneto can be exported and adapted wherever the natural and cultural location proves to be suitable. This has lead Masi to the Tupungato Valley in Mendoza.
It’s in the heart of the Calchaquí Valley, North of Argentina, above 5500 feet, where the iconic El Esteco Winery lies.
Lured by the fertile land, the GRAFFIGNA family recognized San Juan’s potential for great winemaking and left their home in Italy to realize their dream.
The goal of Salentein is to make high quality Argentine wines, while respecting and supporting the people, nature and community from which the wines are created.
EL PORVENIR DE CAFAYATE
El Porvenir de Cafayate was founded in 1890 by a family of Italian immigrants who settled in Cafayate in the Province of Salta, Northern Argentina.
From the North of Argentina and after 30 years of being the largest sugar cane producer in Argentina Budeguer family moved to Mendoza to start their own winery.
In 2005 three close friends, Andréj Razumovsky from Austria, his cousin André Hoffmann from Switzerland and Jérémie Delecourt from France joined forces to establish a boutique winery in Mendoza, Argentina.