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A diverse portfolio from Argentina's purest and most exotic grape-growing regions, from the historical heart of the wine country in Mendoza, to the arid northern La Rioja, and to the ends of the world in the pristine southern frontiers of Patagonia. Argentina delivers rich and unique flavors that are yet to be discovered by many wine enthusiasts around the world. This portfolio brings decades of Argentine wine knowledge to you, from the family producers that have nurtured Argentinean winemaking at the distant ends of the earth for nearly two centuries.

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Viños de Argentina

Benvenuto de la Serna Malbec
Valle de Uco

Benvenuto de la Serna wines are made with estate-grown fruit from our single vineyard located in one of the most prestigious wine regions of Argentina, Valle de Uco. A small family winery owned by Silvio Benvenuto, son of Italian wine-making immigrants, whose mission statement is... More >

Mil Piedras Malbec
Valle de Uco

Mil Piedras wines are made with estate-grown fruit from our single vineyard located in one of the most prestigious wine regions of Argentina, Valle de Uco. Benvenuto de la Serna, maker of Mil Piedras, is a small family winery owned by Silvio Benvenuto whose mission statement is to... More >

Trisagio
Valle de Uco

Benvenuto de la Serna wines are made with estate-grown fruit from a single vineyard located in one of the most prestigious wine regions of Argentina, Valle de Uco. A small family winery owned by Silvio Benvenuto, son of Italian wine-making immigrants, whose mission statement is to... More >

25 Lagunas Cabernet Sauvignon
IP Mendoza

A long time ago, there was a compilation of interconnected lagoons. They were inhabited by the Huarpe aborigines who traveled in small picturesque canoes known as "Lagooners." The lagoons have since dried, but their magic has turned the land into a fertile viticultural region... More >

25 Lagunas Malbec
IP Mendoza

A long time ago, there was a compilation of interconnected lagoons. They were inhabited by the Huarpe aborigines who traveled in small picturesque canoes known as "Lagooners." The lagoons have since dried, but their magic has turned the land into a fertile viticultural region... More >

Denario Malbec
Rio Negro

One of Argentina’s oldest family owned wineries and the first Patagonian wine producer founded in 1909. DENARIO is a century old coin that is still in use today. They are exchanged with our vineyard workers for bins of hand-harvested grapes. A unique tradition at Humberto Canale... More >

Denario Pinot Noir
Rio Negro

One of Argentina’s oldest family owned wineries and the first Patagonian wine producer founded in 1909. DENARIO is a century old coin that is still in use today. They are exchanged with our vineyard workers for bins of hand-harvested grapes. A unique tradition at Humberto... More >

Denario Reserva Malbec
Rio Negro

DENARIO wines are made with estate grown fruit from Humberto Canale vines located in Patagonia Argentina, one of the southernmost producing regions in the world. It is a family winery, being the first one to produce wines in the region in 1909. All Canale fruit is estate grown.... More >

Mil Piedras Cabernet Sauvignon
Valle de Uco

Mil Piedras wines are made with estate-grown fruit from our single vineyard located in one of the most prestigious wine regions of Argentina, Valle de Uco. Benvenuto de la Serna, maker of Mil Piedras, is a small family winery owned by Silvio Benvenuto (Italian immigrant) whose... More >

Mil Piedras Viognier
Valle de Uco

Mil Piedras wines are made with estate-grown fruit from our single vineyard located in one of the most prestigious wine regions of Argentina, Valle de Uco. Benvenuto de la Serna, maker of Mil Piedras, is a small family winery owned by Silvio Benvenuto (Italian immigrant) whose... More >

Oasis del Cuyo Cabernet Sauvignon
Valle de Uco

The word CUYO comes from the indigenous Mapuche language which means “country of deserts”. Its name is associated today with the wine region in Argentina. The word OASIS is used for the pristine water lakes created by the snowmelt of the Andes Mountains. OASIS del CUYO wines are... More >

Oasis del Cuyo Malbec
Valle de Uco

The word CUYO comes from the indigenous Mapuche language which means “country of deserts”. Its name is associated today with the wine region in Argentina. The word OASIS is used for the pristine water lakes created by the snowmelt of the Andes Mountains. OASIS del CUYO wines are... More >

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