Wine lovers, this is the article for you. A wine tasting must be on your to-do list if you are in love with wine as we do! Argentina is known for his Malbec wine from Mendoza, but did you know that Argentina has more wine regions with amazing wines to offer. And on top of that, wine is the national drink of Argentina! Where to go on a wine tasting in Buenos Aires?

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Argentina and wine. A perfect marriage.

From the North up to the South are vineyards in Argentina. One of the most famous areas is Mendoza but also in the provinces San Juan and La Rioja. Salta and more Northern provinces are recently starting to produce wine with Torrontés on top.

Malbec is one of the best-known grapes in Argentina but also Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Chardonnay. A lot of varieties to discover during a wine tasting in Buenos Aires. Tempting isn’t it?

Wine tasting in Buenos Aires: what to expect?

In the first place, why should you go to a wine tasting Buenos Aires? Buenos Aires is the center of the country and most of the wines get transported to the capital city. Therefore you will find all varieties in one place. On the other hand, if you don’t make a stop in one of the wine regions, then a wine tasting is a perfect moment to get in touch with Argentina’s wine culture.

Of course, a wine tasting in Buenos Aires is led by an experienced sommelier with all the expertise in house to explain the history of wine in Argentina. Depending on the option that you take, you will taste more premium wines and accompanied by some regional tapas.

Pain et Vin

From Tuesday till Saturday you are welcome at Pain et Vin wine tasting in Palermo. It takes place between 4 p.m. (16h) and 8 p.m. (20h). You will taste 4 different types of wine accompanied by a small cheese table and home-made bread, delicious. The sommelier has a great knowledge of the wines. Surprisingly we learned some new things about Argentina’s wine culture. The wine selection was unique!

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Price: USD 50 per person

La Cava

La Cava is located 300m from Plaza de Mayo. During a one-hour wine tasting, you will taste 3 types of wine together with regional tapas. The wine sommelier explained every wine type with such a passion that you learn the Argentina wine culture in a pleasant way.

La Cava organize from Monday till Saturday a wine tasting in Buenos Aires. The benefit of the place is that you can go directly to the tango show next door.

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Price: Starting from USD 30 per person


La Cava Wine tasting Buenos Aires

The Argentina Experience

Not the most typical wine tasting in Buenos Aires. The Argentina Experience takes you in 2h30 to the Argentina kitchen culture with the matching wines. An interactive cooking class where you will learn to make empanadas, and alfajores. They serve you 3 types of wines in the meantime, and they spoil you with the wine. We received, for example, the D.V. Catena Malbec-Malbec. Belongs to the 1% best wines in the world. They work with high-quality products.

So, are you in for a fun wine tasting in Buenos Aires? Then the Argentina Experience is something for you.

Price: USD 105 per person


The Argentina Experience Buenos Aires

1853 The Wine Experience

This wine tasting is located in the old city center of Buenos Aires, San Telmo. A cozy and familial bar where you will enjoy a wide variety of wines. Just walk by and when you’re looking to discover the wines of Argentina, make a stop at 1853 Wine Experience.

More info here.

Wine Discovery Buenos Aires

The Wine Discovery is a wine tasting in Palermo Hollywood. They prefer to keep groups small in a cozy atmosphere. They serve 4 different kinds of wines, each accompanied with a regional home-made tapas. The wines are mostly coming from small run vineyards and unique in their own way. Every wine has a story. All shared around their table at the home of Bertie and Aby.

You can make a reservation online on their website. 



My roots in Buenos Aires started as a tourist. After some great adventures in Argentina, I moved in 2017 to the metropolitan city of Buenos Aires. I felt a need for correct and honest information for tourists. That's why I love to write to you. Sharing my discoveries in Buenos Aires. I hope you enjoy the city as much as I do! Buenos Aires ❤️

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