The DiamAndes winery boasts several attractive qualities: wines that preserve the grapes’ character as much as possible, unique architecture and a high-end French-inspired restaurant.
Having made wines in the wind and sun of the Pampas for the past twenty years, the winery has paved the way for new viticultural enterprises in a mostly unexplored region.
Clos de los Siete, the dream that created a “base camp” for Bordeaux in Mendoza. Today, it produces high end Argentine wines sold across the world.
Bodega Raffy Familia Zanchetta: with the latest technology and a craft philosophy, the winery employs gallic savoir faire to produce wines that are sold across Europe, Asia and South America.
A winery that has set itself the task of preserving the essence of Las Compuertas, is located in Finca Victoria, a vineyard purchased by Héctor and Pablo Durigutti in 2007 that they have made the headquarters of their family project.
Viñas de Nant y Fall sell their wines from their camp site in Chubut, in restaurants across Patagonia and from iconic cellars on the Argentine gastronomic circuit.
Finca Sophenia: the past, present and future of a Mendoza winery earning acclaim across the world for the quality of their wines
After a decade selling high quality grapes to premium wineries across Mendoza, Abito Wines is launching its own line.
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