Finca Buenaventura: a family committed to producing wines that express the unique character of Los Árboles, Mendoza.
Bodega Trivento, a leader on the Argentine wine scene, especially in terms of sustainability.
The DiamAndes winery boasts several attractive qualities: wines that preserve the grapes’ character as much as possible, unique architecture and a high-end French-inspired restaurant.
Having made wines in the wind and sun of the Pampas for the past twenty years, the winery has paved the way for new viticultural enterprises in a mostly unexplored region.
Casa de Uco: a winery that was the leading proponent of the Los Chacayes GI and houses a luxury resort, wine bar & lounge, high class restaurant and of course a series of unique wines.
Corbeau Wines, renewing the east of Mendoza with an investment in Ancellotta. Corbeau Wines is a winery that took a bet on a grape variety unknown in Argentina to produce original wines that once again demonstrate the rich variety of the Argentine wine scene.
Rutini Wines: the major landmarks in the history of a leading winery that has built a special relationship with consumers through high end wines that have become icons of Argentine viticulture.
Clos de los Siete, the dream that created a “base camp” for Bordeaux in Mendoza. Today, it produces high end Argentine wines sold across the world.
The pioneering, globally renowned Familia Schroeder winery specializes in wines made using Pinot Noir, a grape that comes into its own in the southern terroirs of Argentina.
Bodega Raffy Familia Zanchetta: with the latest technology and a craft philosophy, the winery employs gallic savoir faire to produce wines that are sold across Europe, Asia and South America.