Looking for an Importer?

Contact Us through the website. Patagonia Wine actively works in Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, Chile, Argentina, and Canada.

Distribution Partners

Patagonia Wine & Imports offers a great variety of products for the small to medium sized distributor. We specialize in boutique beers and wines from a variety of sources.

Two US Warehouses

Patagonia Wine & Imports has two climate controlled, manned warehouses in Cedar Rapids, IA and Charleston, SC. We use two warehouse locations to minimize the impact of shipping costs on the price to the distribution partner.

Our Price is the Price

Patagonia Wine believes that the price is the price. We offer very fair pricing from case 1. There are a few high turn items we offer by the pallet with some discount. However, for the majority of the portfolio. The price is the price.

08th Aug
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Nahuel – New Vintage New Label

Nahuel Malbec, the first wine imported by Patagonia Wine & Imports, is finally back in stock with a new vintage and a new label.  Mid priced Malbec with a modern label and a typical Malbec profile of big black fruit and some oaking.  Enjoy!

08th May
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Big French from Rhone Villages

Le Gravillas A new entry for Patagonia Wine & Imports is a beautiful Grenache/Syrah blend with a AOC of Rhone Villages Sablet.  This Sablet is a big red at 14.5% abv and a great alternative to some of the big new world wines offered in today’s market.  See more information on the Le Gravillas product [...]

17th Mar
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New French Products Released

Patagonia Wine has released quite a few new French products in the spring of 2013.  Moltes Reserve Riesling, Petite Spencer, Spencer Carignan, Clementine Chardonnay, and Clementine Cabernet Sauvignon are all new products for Patagonia Wine & Imports.  A few other new Products are on the horizon as well.  Look for Vina Tobia from Rioja Spain and [...]

11th Mar
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Patagonia Wine & Imports New Website

I have been meaning to update the website for a while.  Then I did a favor for Billy and got to toy around with WordPress for a bit for his wedding website.  The next thing I knew, I started to think about the potential for the Patagonia Wine site.  Now look at me, doing the [...]