A German name... but made by a Brazilian... in Argentina

Weinert does not perhaps sound like the most typical Argentinean name and that is because the its founder, from which it takes its name, is of German decent. Originally from a small German colony in Brazil, Bernardo Weinert acquired the site in the mid-1970s.

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He immediately set about its complete renovation, bringing in modern equipment and wine-making experts. His aim from then on became to make the best wine possible and the reputation that he has built has justified the chance he originally took in setting up the winery. The Weinert range is pretty new to us at Weavers but I was really impressed when I tried them so we’re now stocking a number of his wines as permanent lines. I’d recommend that you give some of the others a go when you get the chance.


Argentina is the fifth-largest producer of wine in the world. Three-quarters of this comes from Mendoza, making it one of the most productive wine regions on earth. 


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