Collection: Goyenechea Wine Estate

Welcome to Goyenechea Wine Estate

Located in the prestigious Mendoza region of Argentina, Goyenechea Wine Estate invites you to discover the essence of Argentine winemaking excellence. With a legacy dating back to 1868, Goyenechea is one of the oldest family-owned wineries in Argentina, celebrated for its commitment to quality and tradition.

Goyenechea Wine Estate is situated in the heart of Mendoza, where the Andes Mountains cast a protective shadow over its vineyards, creating an ideal microclimate for grape cultivation. The estate's vineyards thrive in this fertile land, producing exceptional Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot varietals that are emblematic of the region's renowned winemaking heritage.

At Goyenechea, winemaking is a meticulous craft that combines generations of knowledge with modern techniques. The estate's dedication to sustainability and innovation ensures that each bottle reflects the distinct terroir and character of Mendoza's high-altitude vineyards.

Visitors to Goyenechea Wine Estate are welcomed to explore its historic cellars and vineyards, where guided tours and tastings offer a glimpse into the estate's rich history and winemaking process. The estate's warm hospitality and panoramic views provide an unforgettable backdrop for guests to indulge in the flavors and aromas of Argentina's finest wines.

For those seeking an immersive experience, Goyenechea offers wine education programs and culinary events that highlight the estate's premium wines paired with traditional Argentine cuisine. Whether enjoying a leisurely tasting or participating in a harvest festival, guests are invited to savor the passion and craftsmanship that define Goyenechea Wine Estate.

Whether you are a seasoned wine enthusiast or a curious traveler, Goyenechea Wine Estate promises a journey through the flavors, culture, and hospitality that have made it a cherished icon of Argentine winemaking. Join us in celebrating the artistry and tradition of Mendoza's esteemed wine heritage at Goyenechea Wine Estate.