About 2 km (1 mile) north of Cafayate, Domingo Molina has been making Torrontés, a 90-point Malbec, and various blends since 2000. Tastings are available, and you can book in advance for a picada or asado. A drive leads you high up into the hills, offering stunning views of the wine lands to the east. Take a look at Domingo Molina's oldest vine—a 100-year-old Malbec, still providing drinkable grapes. Domingo Hermanos, a sister winery in town, is one of
Cafayate's biggest operations, producing three million liters a year.