The highest vineyards in the world, a sophisticated outback, and dancing the tango; all good reasons to get a little dizzy in the heights of Argentina’s northwest. Hidden in the Andes Mountains, the Calchaqui Valley is a high desert featuring elevation, weather, sandy soil, and ubiquitous sun to create distinct wines.


  • Visit the oldest working winery in Argentina, with ancient vines still standing on their 1800s’ roots
  • Learn the vines’ secrets at El Esteco’s vineyards
  • Learn the finer points of polo
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