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Our Tasting Room
Come experience the premier vintage release of
Hand of God wines with us here in Argentina in the
beautiful village of Chacras de Coria. Stroll past the
town’s central plaza to our newly opened tasting
room and taste  for yourself our inaugural vintages of
our northern Rhone inspired 2011 Fingerprint Series
white blend, 2010 Fingerprint Series red blend, and
our 2010 Stolen Horse Vineyard Old Vine Malbec.

Located in a restored adobe home with a vine
covered courtyard, we offer a seasonal array of wine
country cuisine and regionally inspired tapas in a
relaxed setting, as well as the full line-up of Hand of
God and Achaval-Ferrer wines.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the Tasting
Room or would just like more information about Hand of God
Or join the conversation:
Tasting & Lunch Times
Tuesday – Saturday Noon – 4pm

Dinner Times
Tuesday – Saturday 8pm – Midnight

Location & Phone Number
Italia 5572 – local 2 (5505) Chacras de Coria Lujan de Cuyo,
Mendoza, Argentina
Tasting Room: +1 (261) 457-3055
Jon Staenberg: +1 (206) 855-5521
Jon Staenberg
Twenty-six years ago, Jon visited the Napa Valley
and like Santiago, he became smitten with wine.
This passion extended to Malbec and Argentine
culture during a trip to South America in 2005.
Jon and Santiago, classmates at Stanford Business
School, discovered a bond through wine, and a
partnership was born. Jon's life revolves around his
daughter, food, wine and the endless inspiration
from each that he zealously loves to share with
friends. He divides his time between Seattle, San
Francisco and Mendoza, Argentina.
Santiago Achaval
Santiago fell in love with wines and winemaking
during frequent visits to Napa Valley while receiving
his MBA from Stanford. Achaval-Ferrer, his winery in
Mendoza, boasts four of the five highest rated wines
from Argentina, as awarded by Wine Spectator,
and the highest rated Argentine wine to date by
Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate. Santiago aims
to repeat his success with Hand of God wines.