Major interest center for the majority who spends some days in Tarija. In Bolivia, they cultivate vine since the 16th century, its arrival corresponds without a doubt to the one of Spanish colons and Catholic missionaries. Despite it is not so famous, the simple mention of Bolivian wine often makes laugh. Yet, by now, it has some good vintage years, in comparison with the Chilean or Argentinean wines. All Bolivian wines are produced here, between 1700 and 3000 meters height. You can find famous grape variety such as Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot… So maybe the secrets come from the altitude that give to the wine unique properties; often with more alcohol and manly aging faster. According to some oenologists, it would effectively be possible to meet characteristic flavors of major European grape variety, but aging over a decade, in only 2 o 3 years of the aging process in Tarija. Apart from wine, the most famous product of the region is Singani, wine alcohol, distilled after fermentation, similar to Peruvian Pisco or Italian Grappa. Several cellars (bodega) can be visited.