Our goal is to transmit our love and
passion for Argentina through our wine.
At Vectors South, we strive to show our love for Argentina, its people, and culture through our wine. We believe that the Uco Valley in Mendoza with its 300 days of sun, 3,000 feet of altitude, hot days and cool nights is the ideal spot for growing grapes and making wine. This setting, combined with the Argentine tradition of sharing wine with friends and family over an asado or any great meal, is the perfect combination.
Ruta Provincial 94, km 11
Tunuyan, Uco Valley, Mendoza
A Family Tradition
While the idea for Vectors South, in its current incarnation, came about on a trip to Argentina combined with a love of the country, its people, and especially its wine and food, the real credit must be passed back to my Argentine grandfather, Roberto Argüero, who created a company by the same name with the intention of connecting Argentina and the United States by importing products. Vectors South Vineyard and our wines are in his memory.
For the Love of Argentina
The love for Argentina was certainly passed down through the generations, and Vectors South will look to transmit our love for Argentina and its culture through our wine. We believe that Argentina, and specifically the Uco Valley in Mendoza, is the ideal spot for growing grapes and making wine. While the old-world locations of Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Loire Valley, La Rioja, Piemonte, and Tuscany, as well as California’s Napa and Sonoma Valleys, are certainly the world’s most famous and traditional wine making regions, Mendoza has earned its spot among these giants of the wine making world.
A sip from crisp Vectors South rosé can transport you from wherever you may be, to a sunny day at the foot of the Andes Mountains with all the sights, smells, and sounds of Mendoza and the Uco Valley. A bit fuller and richer than a typical rosé from Provence or Napa, Vectors South rosé is made from Malbec grapes and still possesses all the qualities we love from rosé.