Bolivia's high-elevation winemaking tradition dates back to the 16th century. Today, nearly 500 years later, we are honored to bring the fine wines of Aranjuez Winery & Vineyards to the United States. 

Perched at over 6,500 feet above sea level, the grapes take in the intense Bolivian sun during the day and rest during the predictably cool nights. These ideal conditions, combined with water from the clean mountain rivers descending from the steep Andes, result in unique flavor profiles characteristic of high elevation grapes. Building on this natural bounty and nearly 500 years of history, Aranjuez has mastered the craft of winemaking in the high elevation valleys of Tarija, Bolivia.

Aranjuez is a highly regarded winery in Bolivia and has begun to make a name for itself worldwide, winning accolades in various European and South American competitions. Although Aranjuez is perhaps best known for its robust, yet surprisingly well-rounded Tannat, its mastery of high elevation winemaking sets all of its varietals apart from traditional wineries.


Tannat|2013 Gold Medal, World Tannat Competition in Uruguay

100% Tannat | 13.5% alc/vol

Character: Round, gentle tannins. Opulent, fine, long finish. Plentiful blueberry and raspberry notes, as well as artichoke, combine perfectly with subtle hints of cacao and vanilla. 

750ml bottles | 6 bottles/case

Tannat & Merlot

50% Tannat | 50% Merlot | 12.6% alc/vol

Character: Delicious blend of bold tannins subdued by the delicacies of the Merlot. Light, clean, exotic. Aromas of red fruit and spice.

750ml bottles | 6 bottles/case

Torrontes & Moscatel

50% Torrontes | 50% Moscatel | 12.8% alc/vol

Character: Unique blend of dry and sweet. Light, refreshing, balanced. Aromas of white flowers and stone fruit.

750ml bottles | 6 bottles/case