Argentina’s northwest has more in common with the Quechan cultures of Bolivia and Peru than with the rest of the country. Its society and traditions are unmatched in the region, contrasting dramatically with Argentina’s European south.
From the Andes, the landscape rolls east in a patchwork of immense gorges and spectacular rock formations. Mountain roads roam through desert and cactus forests, subtropical jungle and lush valleys dotted with sugarcane and tobacco plantations.
The region is also home to the world’s highest altitude vineyards (the highest at 2.490ms), and some fabulous wineries. We include in our portfolio a selection of the most remarkable properties, amongst them a private working estancia, a luxury wine lodge, a romantic boutique and a 400-year-old family-run working farm.