Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires Travel Guide

The selection of vinos at this well-curated wine store includes everything from upmarket labels like Catena Zapata (try the 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon) to more everyday classics, such as Luigi Bosca (a full range, from Malbecs to Chardonnays).

On the platform in the subway station between Buenos Aires’s court buildings and the famous Teatro Colón, the Cartala brothers’ modest kiosk sells an inexpensive and functional reminder of the city: the traditional white oval metal address signs that adorn the local buildings.