Argentina

Alto Limay

The best-kept secret in Argentine wines is the cool climate area of the Patagonian Steppe. Alto Limay was started as a joint project between Paul Hobbs Imports and Familia Schroeder, both of whom shared the same interest in exploring, developing and unraveling the potential of the Patagonia Pinot Noir. Paul wholeheartedly believes that Pinot Noir… Read more »

Kipu

From the best vineyards in Altamira (almost 4,000 feet above sea level) and Gualtallary (almost 5,000 feet above sea level), Kipu Malbec displays the unique characteristics of the Uco Valley, a terroir with a cool climate and mineral-rich soils. The vines are head trained using the espalier trellis system, which yields 8 tons of fruit per hectare on average…. Read more »

Pulenta Estate

The Pulenta family has been a prominent and respected force in Argentine viticulture for three generations. As sons of well-known winegrower Antonio Pulenta and descendants of Italian immigrants, Eduardo and Hugo Pulenta founded Pulenta Estate in 2002 with a focus on creating premium quality, small-lot wines. The vineyards are estate-owned and farmed for high quality… Read more »

Viña Cobos

Since the release of the inaugural 1999 vintage of Cobos Malbec, which is recognized for receiving the highest score to date for any Argentine wine, Viña Cobos has developed an expansive portfolio of ultra-premium wines that continues to grow today. Founders Andrea Marchiori, Luis Barraud and Paul Hobbs established this winery with the shared vision… Read more »