Wildflower honey is obtained from the nectar of various native wildflowers that grow in southern Argentina. The honey is produced by local beekeepers who ensure their hives are in areas where bees can forage widely and freely. The result is rich, flavorful honey with a deep golden color and subtle floral aroma.
In Argentina, beekeepers are concentrated in the province of Santiago del Estero. This region's pure air and biodiversity, referred to as the "Gran Chaco," are fundamental to obtaining high-quality pollen, nectar, and resins. In the fields of Santiago, flowers from native plants like the atamisqui, the Algarrobo Blanco, and the quebracho colorado are foundational for beekeepers.