Now is your opportunity to own vineyard real estate that is directly associated with our world-recognized brand. And because making world-class wines is our specialty, our winemakers can tend your vineyards throughout the year, producing exceptional wines of the same quality as those produced for Algodon.

Your luxury dream home can be surrounded by acres of your favorite grape varietal, at a mere fraction of the cost of comparable properties in Napa, Tuscany or Provence.
San Rafael, Mendoza, is one of the last affordable places to purchase vineyard real estate in any leading World Wine Center. With over 330 days of annual sunshine, San Rafael was also named by Fortune Magazine as one of the “4 best places to retire”, so it’s easy to understand why around 50% of Mendoza’s vineyard real estate buyers are foreigners and expats, including a large number of US, Canadian and Europeans.
Headquartered in Miami, Florida, Gaucho Group Holdings, Inc. has been investing in Argentina since 2006. As a developer navigating the emerging market potential of Argentina asset investment, we strive to deliver the same confidence, efficiency and transparency of investing in the United States.

For more information on how to purchase real estate and build your dream vineyard home, please fill out the contact form below, or call our Miami sales office at +1 (786) 936-VINO.


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