• HEIGHT OF THE VINEYARDS (meters) 1,600 to 3,000 100% of the vineyards are at high altitude
  • Capacity 82,650 hl (wine) 34,400 hl (singani)
  • HECTARES OF VINEYARDS 3,000 100% harvested by hand
  • wineries 65 Producing wines of altitude
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Gold for Campos de Solana in Concours Mondial de Bruxelles

“Esther Ortiz” is the name of the winning wine, the new launch of Campos de Solana Winery. It is a single-varietal Petit Verdot with 24 months of storage in French oak barrels, which make it a high-end wine. Fresh and […]

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Bolivian wines in the belgium daily newspaper De Staandard

Bruno Vanspauwen is culinary critic of the important daily newspaper De Standaard in Belgium. After having attended the Wines of Bolivia tasting in Bruges in March 2017, he wrote a great article about the wines he tasted during the tasting. […]

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New wines from the Andes, awakness in the Inca country

According to Thomas Vaterlaus, Bolivia is the country of mountain viticulture par excellence. Between 21 and 22 degrees south latitude, around 2,000 m.s.n.m. (In the eastern foothills of the Andes Mountains), clear air and large temperature differences between day and […]

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New Award Winning Tannat from Aranjuez

Aranjuez introduced a Single Vineyard Tannat made from the first Tannat vineyard planted in Tarija in 1999. It is Block 40 of the estate vineyard La Nueva at 2000 m.a.s.l in Santa Ana. The name of the wine, Tannat origen, […]

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Bicentenario Wine for Tarija by Kohlberg

In April 2017, Bodegas Kohlberg introduced a new wine called 200 commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the City of Tarija. At the introduction at the FEXPO TARIJA, the Mayor of Tarija thanked the Kohlberg family for their role and dedication […]

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Wines of Bolivia at Prowein 2017

Over 6,500 exhibitors from more than 60 nations – more than ever before – were presented at ProWein in DĂŒsseldorf from 19 to 21 March 2017. Half the exhibitors came from Italy (1,600) and France (1,500), followed by Germany (1,000), […]

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Wines of Bolivia prepares for Prowein 2017!

Now Carnival in Tarija is over, General Manager Virginia Valdez, Master of Wine Cees van Casteren and the seven participating Bolivian wineries are preparing for Prowein 2017. Valdez: “We will be leaving Bolivia on March 12 and first spend a […]

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Wines of Bolivia at ProWein 2015 Hall9 F58: A Treasure to be Discovered

At the 2015 ProWein, Bolivia will offer the opportunity to taste wines and singanis of altitude, a concept that was coined in the valleys of Bolivia. All of our vineyards grow between 1,600 and more than 3,000 meters above sea level, […]

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Bolivian Government commits to supporting the Viticulture Supply Chain by issuing a new bill

During the visit of Bolivia’s Vice President Álvaro GarcĂ­a Linera to Tarija, a bill that would directly support the supply chain of grape, wine and singani was discussed. The proposed bill is divided into three different sections, covering incentives, protection […]

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Country updates

New Award Winning Tannat from Aranjuez

Aranjuez introduced a Single Vineyard Tannat made from the first Tannat vineyard planted in Tarija in 1999. It is Block 40 of the estate vineyard La Nueva at 2000 m.a.s.l in Santa Ana. The name of the wine, Tannat origen, […]

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The New York Times suggested 52 places to visit in the world in 2015 and Bolivia is in place NÂș8

Finally stable and opening up to the world. Bolivia’s days of relentless transportation strikes and roadblocks are mostly behind it. And travelers who try out the now tourism-friendly infrastructure will be rewarded with new attractions once they arrive. Claus Meyer’s […]

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Bolivian Wines and Singanis: Cultural heritage and strategic concern of the Plurinational State of Bolivia

In the past month, the Bolivian Lower House established the Productive Complex promotion as a government priority where High Altitude Bolivian Wines and Singani were declared cultural heritage and a strategic concern of the Plurinational State of Bolivia. The Plural […]

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GUSTU, Singani & La Paz’s Booming Drinks Scene

Nobody has ever heralded La Paz, Bolivia, as a great place for a night on the town. But it’s about time somebody did. Sure, it’s a mess of a city located in South America’s poorest country (or “plurinational state”). Sure, it’s […]

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Wines of Bolivia at ProWein 2015 Hall9 F58: A Treasure to be Discovered

At the 2015 ProWein, Bolivia will offer the opportunity to taste wines and singanis of altitude, a concept that was coined in the valleys of Bolivia. All of our vineyards grow between 1,600 and more than 3,000 meters above sea level, […]

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Bolivia obtains its first Grand Gold Medal

Join us in congratulating Aranjuez for having obtained the first Grand Gold Medal awarded to a Bolivian wine. The accolade was presented during the 5th Edition of the International Contest “Tannat al Mundo”, where Montevideo was once again chosen to host […]

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Remembering the XIV Latin American Conference of Viticulture and Oenology

Almost a year ago, Tarija, the wine capital of Bolivia, had the privilege to host the XIV Latin American Conference of Viticulture and Oenology. The event originated in Uruguay as far as 1986 and has been held since then in Argentina, […]

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“I have been so impressed with the developments in the wine sector in Bolivia the past years! So many things are happening; from expansion of vineyards to modernizing wineries to implementing eno-tourism plans. And not to forget, the exciting new award winning wines which have been and will be introduced to the market soon!”

Cees van Casteren MW


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