There are numerous valleys where wine has been traditionally produced in Bolivia for more than 400 years. The most important regions today total 3,000 hectares and are divided into the:

Even though the vineyards in Bolivia are located between the latitudes 17.00Âș and 21.53Âș south of the Equator and above the typical viticultural belt of the southern hemisphere, the climate is temperate and semiarid due to the high altitude of the valleys. Coming down from the “Cordillera de los Andes” and “Cordillera Real“ mountain ranges with peaks of more than 6,500 masl (21,300 feet asl) to the low lands of the Amazons, Bolivia has numerous small valleys where grapevines have grown for centuries.