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  • Bodega José L. Mounier

    Owner and enologist José Luis Mounier worked 18 years at Bodegas Etchart, Salta’s largest producer, before planting grapes on a slope he’d cleared.... More
  • Bodega San Pedro de Yacochuya

    Winemaker Michel Rolland has created superb Malbec and Cabernet blends at this boutique Argentinian winery. More
  • Bodegas Argentinas

    The selection of vinos at this well-curated wine store includes everything from upmarket labels like Catena Zapata (try the 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon... More
  • Bodegas Salentein

    Located in the Uco Valley, this strikingly modern winery complex founded by a Dutch tycoon, includes a lavish art museum and a gift shop that sells... More
  • Buenos Aires Design

    Buenos Aires Design features more than 60 different shops. Situated on a hill next to the famous Recoleta Cemetery, the center showcases the best o... More
  • Calma Chica

    The streets between Plazoleta Cortázar and Plaza Palermo Viejo are packed with stylish boutiques. Stop by Calma Chica for cowhide pillows. More
  • Carlos Pulenta

    The native criollo architecture of the Carlos Pulenta winery in Argentina (an elegant mix of lofty ceilings and natural stone) is upstaged by the s... More
  • Casa López

    A family of German immigrants opened this marroquinería (leather-store) across from Plaza San Martin in 1943. The shelves are stocked with handcraf... More
  • Cat Ballou

    A hippie-chic home-and-fashion store selling filmy, embroidered dresses and Nakashima-reminiscent furniture wrought in native woods like lapacho an... More
  • Churrinche

    Only four people are allowed in at one time where vintage license plates share space with spindly drinking glasses. More
  • Clos de los Siete Calle

  • Comme Il Faut, Buenos Aires

    In this tiny second-floor store, shoppers sit on leopard-skin benches as they try on the dagger-heeled tango shoes that cofounder (and accomplished... More
  • Confiteria Ideal

    Sign up during the day for lessons at this old-world tango salon—featured in the movie Evita—then come back at night to show off your new moves dur... More
  • Daniel Maman

    This influential gallery exhibits work from the country's biggest names, such as the avant-garde Mondongo collective, known for rendering images in... More
  • Divia

    The shoes here are intended for Buenos Aires' signature "sexy girl" crowd: on a tufted-velvet pouf in the center of a fuchsia jewel box, Porteñas s... More
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