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This is a cute shop, easy to miss, so keep your eyes open. Combination wine shop and book stores, both very well-curated. The shop owner knows each wine personally and is happy to share his knowledge and passion. Prices are reasonable, and the shop has...More
Cosy ambience as it feels like being in your living room (full of wine and books :). Victor, the owner has a great knowledge about the wine and likes to share his passion. We ended up talking about wine for more than an hour and...More
I've been coming here for years on my annual November pilgrimage to BsAs and I'm never disappointed. Victor is extremely helpful and always has interesting recommendations at every price point. I go out of my way to buy here support him, as I appreciate his...More
Victor, the maestro here at Autre Monde, knows the world of Argentinian wines like no one else. He will direct you to the perfect bottle, at a price you will enjoy. Hundreds of small boutique wineries, and delicious wines of top quality can be found...More
Argentinians are proud of their wines and Buenos Aires is full of wine stores and a few chain stores where you can find the well known brands, several times the same you can find your own home town. Do not limit yourself to the mainstream....More
Date of experience: April 2012
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