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Argentina is the fifth largest producer of wine in the world. There are many different varieties of grapes cultivated in Argentina, reflecting the country's many immigrant groups. In November 2010, the Argentine government declared wine as Argentina's national liquor.

Argentinian Wine

Finca Ferrer


Finca Ferrer is located in the prestigious and unique region of Gualtallary in Tupungato, a sub-region of the Uco Valley in the province of Mendoza, Argentina.

There, in its 317 hectares at more than 1300 meters above sea level, it gives life to exquisite wines of the Malbec, Syrah, Pinot Noir, Tempranillo, Chardonnay and Torrontés varietals planted on a sandy and rocky soil with a calcareous base, poor in organic matter.

With exceptional drainage and the help of the characteristic winds, the plant remains healthy and strong from its conception. The thermal amplitude of 16 C with great solar intensity and low night temperatures generate grapes of outstanding color and aroma.

Bodegas Catena Zapata


Catena Zapata, a historic family winery founded in 1902, is currently managed by third and fourth generation vintners Nicolás and his daughter Laura Catena. Nicolás Catena Zapata is known as the man who revolutionized Argentine wine in the 1980’s, by focusing primarily on quality, planting vineyards at 1500 meters elevation and spearheading the re-entrance of Malbec – the French varietal that had been almost completely forgotten by the rest of the world – into the world of wine. Catena Zapata and Nicolás Catena Zapata have received many awards, including Decanter Man of the Year from Decanter Magazine, Distinguished Service Award from The Wine Spectator, and Winery of the Year from publications all over the world.

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