Wine and spirit shops

There are, to say the least, many nice options of wine shops in the area.

Mendoza Province, Argentina


La Barraca Wine Gallery
La Barraca Wine Gallery, the ideal place for lovers of good wine and delicatessen.



Varietales Casa de Vinos
Varietales Casa de Vinos was founded on May 31st, 2005 by Julio Ali and Santiago Raggio. Already a classic, today it is the most complete Boutqie Wine Cave in Chacras de Coria and a benchmark for wine lovers in Mendoza.



Cavas Wine Shop is a wine store with export stock and wine labels that you won’t find in the local marketplace.



Vinos Con Historia
We want you to try new things, coming out of what we know and not knowing what it is most of the time, it's a question of a value.



Cantina Wine Club offers a wide selection of great wines from Mendoza, in a beautiful modern setting including drop-in tastings.


Dos Puntos Wine Shop
We carry wines, regional products, souvenirs, and our own line of design items.


Sol & Vino
Wines, delis, books, music, handcraft, gifts, souvenirs.


Terraviva Vinos - Galería Piazza
Just a block from KM 0 (Sarmiento walking street), Terraviva was founded 11 years ago with the idea of positioning and promoting regional productos in the inside market that are exported and that are currently difficult to find on the traditional market. Our wine shop focuses primarily on the ventures and their botique winery, small and large, that can only be found through us due to the fact that they cannot be found in the traditional supermarkets.


Vinoteca Tradición Vinos
Wine and spirit shops: Vinoteca Tradición Vinos


Wine O'clock
Wine O'Clock is a wine shop in Mendoza city aimed at consumers who are looking for someting different. Therefore our motto, "more than wines", it's a whole new experience.


Winery & Company
Wine and spirit shops: Winery & Company

News relative to Wine and Spirit Shops in Mendoza, Argentina:

Wine emerges as new link between China and Argentina
Wantchinatimes, June 26, 2015
"Just as Argentina's beef and honey exports eventually came to claim their space in Chinese pantries and on dining tables, Argentina's wines are increasingly making inroads into the Asian market."