Bolivia's wine industry and wines are not as large or as well known as those of its southern neighbours, but it is growing quickly and several of its wines have received international recognition. The main grape growing and wine producing region is in the south of the country around Tarija. The nearby Cinti Valley (to the north in Chuquisaca Department) is Bolivia's oldest wine producing region and contains some of the world's highest altitude vineyards which are particularly suitable for the moscatel grapes used to produce singani, the Bolivian grape based spirit. Grapes are being increasingly grown in other parts of the country as well. This gallery contains images of all things wine, singani and grape related: vines, vineyards, bodegas, trade fairs and products.