26° 22’ S


65° 57 W




about this subregion

The Tucumán subregion, nestled in the heart of Argentina, boasts a unique environment that lends itself to the cultivation of a variety of grape varieties. Situated in the northwest of the country, Tucumán enjoys a diverse landscape, characterized by lush valleys, rolling hills, and a climate that's ideal for viticulture. With its fertile soils and a temperate climate, this subregion has emerged as a significant player in Argentina's wine production.

Among the most planted red grape varieties are Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Shiraz. These grapes thrive in Tucumán's sun-drenched vineyards, producing bold and flavorful wines that embody the essence of the region.

On the white grape front, Torrontés takes center stage, producing aromatic and refreshing wines that are a true reflection of Tucumán's terroir. Pedro Giménez and Moscatel de Alejandría are also cultivated, contributing to the subregion's diverse and exciting wine portfolio.

Two standout wines from Tucumán are Malbec and Torrontés. Malbec, with its deep red color and rich, fruity flavors, showcases the subregion's red grape prowess. Torrontés, on the other hand, delivers crisp, floral, and citrusy notes that capture the essence of Tucumán's white grape offerings. These wines not only reflect the unique environmental characteristics of the subregion but also contribute to Argentina's reputation as a global wine-producing powerhouse. The Tucumán subregion is truly a hidden gem for wine enthusiasts seeking a taste of Argentina's vinicultural diversity.


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Discover Terroir

Tucuman is a vibrant wine sub-region of the North wine region, that borders Salta to the south and Catamarca to the west. In 2021, it produced 271.9 tons of wine grapes, of which 200.2 tons were used to produce wines within the region, and 66.6 tons were marketed to Salta and 5.2 tons to Jujuy. Tucumán is surrounded by mountains.

The Tucuman sub-region enjoys a unique microclimate with hot and humid summers due to the influence of the winds from the mountains, and dry winters.

Tucumán is home to a variety of soil types, with sandy soils prevailing and rocky soil being present in the Andean Valley that lacks vegetation.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Torrontés, Pedro Giménez, Moscatel de Alejandría

Tucumán is a wine region that boasts a rich wine-making tradition, producing some of the country's most popular red and white wines. The region's unique terroir, characterized by high altitudes and a temperate climate, contributes to the distinct flavors found in its wines.

Among the most popular red wines of Tucumán is Malbec, a grape variety that has gained international acclaim. The province's high-altitude vineyards provide the ideal conditions for Malbec cultivation, resulting in wines with intense color, robust tannins, and a complex flavor profile. These wines often exhibit notes of ripe black fruits, such as plum and blackberry, along with hints of spices and earthy undertones. Malbec from Tucumán pairs perfectly with the region's renowned beef dishes, creating a delightful culinary experience for locals and tourists alike.

On the other hand, Tucumán's white wines are equally celebrated for their freshness and crispness. Torrontés, the flagship white grape variety of Argentina, thrives in the province's high-altitude vineyards. Tucumán's Torrontés wines are known for their floral aromas, often reminiscent of jasmine and roses, accompanied by a delightful array of citrus and tropical fruit flavors. This makes Torrontés an excellent choice to complement the province's cuisine, particularly dishes featuring fish, seafood, or light poultry fare.

Both the red and white wines of Tucumán benefit from the expertise and dedication of the local winemakers who apply traditional techniques while embracing modern advancements. The result is a collection of wines that capture the essence of the region's unique characteristics and reflect the passion and craftsmanship of those who produce them.

In conclusion, Tucumán stands proudly as a significant contributor to Argentina's wine scene, offering an impressive array of popular red and white wines. Whether savoring the bold and captivating Malbec or the lively and aromatic Torrontés, wine enthusiasts can experience the very best that this beautiful province has to offer.