Bodegas

  • Bodegas Magnus is a small, family-run winery in Tarija, Bolivia that focuses on producing low-intervention, high-quality, high-altitude wines. Led by Liz Arancibia and with a history of more than 90 years of producing exceptional products from locally grown grapes. Liz Arancibia is a gifted winemaker who works with passion and dedication to create something unique every vintage. The dedication begins with the grapes from their own vineyards, ensuring that each wine has the opportunity to become unique right from the start and ensuring this quality throughout the entire process.

    This dream of wine inevitably arises from the vineyard, the climate, the soil and the people who cultivate it.

  • Bodegas Magnus Weinberg Tarija Bolivien
  • Hangepflückte Ernte Bolivianischer Wein
  • Bodegas y Viñedos de La Concepción is a large and historical Bolivian winery, that produces a huge range of wines and Singani.

    Its origins date back to the 16th century when missionaries from "La Compañía de Jesus" started producing wine for their religious celebrations in La Concepción Valley in what now is their main Hacienda: "La Compañía" which to this day preserves the old adobe buildings.

  • Singani Rujero is a premium spirit, double distilled, made exclusively from Muscat of Alexandria grapes, carefully selected and hand-picked from the vineyards in La Concepción valley, at more than 1,750 m.a.s.l.

    Rujero´s manufacturing process goes back to a tradition that is more than three decades old. It is a slow process, constantly monitored by master winemakers, using custom-made copper stills.

    All the hard work associated with the land, the altitude and the climate are reflected in a singani that is now a symbol of quality and one of the best representatives of the Bolivian national spirit.

  • Destillerie Rujero Bolivien Singani
  • Founded in 2019, Jardín Oculto is a small winery that celebrates Bolivian heritage by producing minimum intervention wines made only from Criolla varieties as well as “Vischoqueña”, a native to Bolivia, found nowhere else on the planet.
    Located above 2.300 m.a.s.l. in the Cinti Valley, the vines used are ancient, some of them estimated to be over 200 years old that have grown wrapped around molle and chañar trees climbing up more than three meters.
    This form of management, despite being the most natural, is rare in the world of viticulture, turning these vineyards and their wines into true hidden treasures.