In the Northwest Argentine province of Salta lies a hidden historic Estancia: La Bodega.
Residing in the shadow of the 10,300 ft. Mt. Creston and bordering six miles of the Juramento River, La Bodega and the adjoining ranch, El Tipal make up our long term conservation stewardship of the 70,000 acres known as Condor Valley. Since 2006 we have been slowly renovating and bringing to life this historic piece of Argentine gaucho culture, and also hope to revive a unique vineyard and winemaking tradition.
In the future, we look forward to delighting guests with a lens into the customs of the Argentinean gaucho and typical ranch life in Salta. We currently seek partners (non-profits, universities, investors) in agricultural development, adventure tourism and architectural preservation/renovation.
Our website, CondorValley.org is a work in progress. Our intention is to communicate with our friends, and the world, on our ongoing transformation of this abandoned jewel into a traditional working cattle and horse ranch.
Be a part in this ongoing adventure polishing a beautiful gem of Argentine history and culture and help us transform and revive La Bodega, to once again offer grapes, wine, and hospitality from Condor Valley.