One of the Jewels of the Tucumán Region, Las Arcas de Tolombon Winery
Located in the historic capital of the Yocavil Valley, the Las Arcas de Tolombón Winery is the jewel of the Tucumán Region. The estate’s vineyards beautifully dominate the Yacomisky post and Finca El Arbolar, along with an imposing 1,000,000-liter vessel capacity. Surrounded by ancient trees and lush countryside, the territory is a perfect place for the production of emblematic wines from the estate-owned grapes.
Origins of Winemaking in 2007 with Alberto Guardia
The history of Las Arcas de Tolombón begins in 2007 when Alberto Guardia attempted to cultivate capers – an ideal plant of the region. Later, he created a team of winemakers led by winemaker Carlos Escudero and the agronomist Juan Leoncio Goitia, who have extensive experience in wine production. The trio then started the cultivation of grapes in Ishanka Field. Over the years, the crew expanded the wine production business and won many awards and medals on both national and international fronts.
A combination of both conventional and state-of-the-art viticulture techniques are used by Las Arcas de Tolombon Winery for their production of high quality wines.
With immense dedication and passion, combined with respect for nature, the owners cultivate a 33-hectares of land with a wide array of grapes. The winery team grows bold Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Torrontés, and Tannat, together with top-rated Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc, using a combination of both conventional and state-of-the-art viticulture techniques. They are the certified producers of both red and white full-bodied wines in one of the highest vineyard areas in Argentina .
Unique Winemaking Methods Meet the Beauty of the Tucuman Calchaqui Valley
In the imposing framework of landscapes, traditions, and history, the estate of Las Arcas de Tolombon offers its guests an opportunity to experience the unique world of wine. Tourists from all over the world are invited to explore their ecletic winemaking methods and to enjoy the beauty of Tucuman Calchaquí Valley.