If you are coming to Mendoza, do it right.
Now, visiting Mendoza is not like visiting any other wine region. We based our work in human relationships, in handshakes and people, cause wine is the product of a zillion different decisions, and caring about it is the most important one. We want to know the people who makes the wine, the workers behind the scene, the real deal. No show, just wine.
If you are thinking about Malbecs when someone says Mendoza, you are thinking right, but if you are just thinking about Malbecs, you are thinking too little, cause Mendoza grows over eighty different kinds of grapes, and they are all over the place. Luján de Cuyo and Uco Valley take most of the flashes, and theres a reason for it: the old good tradition of family generations making wines in Luján, and the high-tech new ideas of Uco Valley, with two completely kinds of soil and wheather, making our portfolio one really interesting to take a look at.
Emily took us on a tasting tour with lunch. She’s a very knowledgable host with a good sense of humour and engaging personality. Her French heritage enables her to give... read more