Welcome to Buenos Aires, where Taste Argentina Wine’s hospitality team will share a dynamic and paired wine tasting experience with you. Taste Argentina Wine’s qualified sommeliers will guide you throughout Argentina, glass by glass, presenting tastes of diverse wine regions such as Mendoza, Salta and the northwest, Patagonia, the Atlantic Coast and San Juan while sharing cultural hints and tips. Book now to discover our selection of fantastic Argentina wines!

Wine Tasting Table

Wine Tasting

Our sommelier and host will share their wine knowledge, engaging you in its place in Argentina’s culture. You’ll sample five wines paired with delicious regional snacks, each vintage sourced from a different corner of Argentina.
Our tastings last 90 minutes and are hosted in a relaxed environment.

Our News

Latest tasting news

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About Us

How we think about life

Your host: Like you, host Sol Cernadas loves to travel and has shared her home city of Buenos Aires with visitors as a co-founder of since 2008.
At Taste Argentina Wine, keen foodie Sol combines her two passions – wine and travel – and can’t wait to share them with you.

“Did you know wine is Argentina’s national beverage?”

Your somm: Based in Argentina since 2006, British expat Sorrel Moseley-Williams trained as a sommelier in Buenos Aires; she’s also an award-winning freelance journalist who contributes to Decanter, Wine Enthusiast, The Guardian, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveller, Monocle, Wallpaper* and N by Norwegian.
She is executive sommelier for Buenos Aires restaurants Casa Cavia, Niño Gordo and Fayer.

“Looking forward to uncorking some vintages with you!”

Your host: Before co-founding Buenos Aires Free Tour with his sister Sol, Gastón Cernadas trained as a ski instructor in Lake Tahoe in the USA. He loves exploring Argentina’s diverse wine country with his friends and family, then bringing his finds back home to enjoy over a barbecue.

“My favourite pairing is an Uco Valley Malbec with grilled ribs!”