Argentina´s Best Wineries - Vineyards of Argentina

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Bodega Vistalba (Carlos Pulenta Wines). Mendoza, Argentina. Château Smith Haut Lafitte. Bordeaux-Martillac, France. Bodega Puelles. Rioja, Spain. Bodega O. Fournier. Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina.


Argentina is one of the world's largest wine producing nations. Most of the Argentina wine is produced in Mendoza which produces eighty percent of the total amount of wine produced in Argentina . The most important wine regions of the country are located in the provinces of Mendoza, San Juan and La Rioja. Salta, Catamarca, Río Negro and more recently Southern Buenos Aires are also wine producing regions. By the turn of the 20th to 21st century there were over 1,500 wineries in Argentina.

Argentina is well known for its plantings of Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. There are two "star" grapes variety in Argentina: Torrontés and Malbec.


ALGODON WINE ESTATES. San Rafael, Mendoza, Argentina.

Algodon Wine Estates - Mendoza Wineries

Algodon Wine Estates

At the heart of our vineyard and golf estate you'll find our world-class winery, which was built in 2002 under the supervision of a team that included engineers, architects and enologists.

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BODEGA ATAMISQUE. Tupungato, Mendoza, Argentina.

Atamisque Winery - Uco Valley Wineries

Bodega Atamisque

A very pretty estate with vineyards and fruit trees is located in Uco Valley, where it used to be Estancia Atamisque. The production focuses on Premium wines.

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BODEGA TAPIZ. Agrelo, Mendoza, Argentina.

Tapiz Winery - Lujan de Cuyo Wineries Mendoza

Bodega Tapiz

Tapiz Winery showcases the extraordinary qualities of Argentina with its red wines - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Malbec- and its white wines Chardonnay, Torrontés and Sauvignon Blanc.

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BODEGA VISTALBA. Vistalba, Mendoza, Argentina.

Vistalba Winery - Vistalba Vineyards Mendoza

Bodega Vistalba

The winery was built in the year 2002 on a family farm in the heart of Vistalba. This is where Carlos Pulenta developed his personal undertaking of blending wines involving members of his family, advisors and enologists.

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