Young but with extensive experience, Ana Paula Bartolucci is the first woman to be named Chef de Cave at Bodegas Chandon. Talent, a vision for the future and a family passion.
The origins of the Trevelin GI. Settled in the late 19th century by Welsh immigrants, Trevelin is one of the jewels of both Chubut and Argentine viticulture. The emerging wine industry in the region has managed to forge its own identity, creating distinctive and exciting wines that reflect the character of this remote corner of Argentine Patagonia.
Inés De Los Santos has wanted to work in cocktails since before the internet existed, let alone cocktail bars or women mixologists. But, she says, she always liked a challenge. Respected by her colleagues, chefs and followers, today she runs CoChinChina (which recently came in 26th in The 50 Best Bars list), and Köna together with Narda Lepes and dreams of retiring to Mendoza to make her own wines.
Marcelo Miras is a prestigious oenologist with a long history in the Alto Valle de Río Negro. After doing important work at major wineries such as Humberto Canale and Bodega del Fin del Mundo, Miras settled in Mainqué, in a vineyard that dates back to 1958, to found his own winery, Bodega Miras, where environmental awareness is of primary importance.
Bodega 3SAPAS is committed to making the planet a better place and as part of their plan present the program One bottle=One tree, together with the NGOs: Un Árbol, Trees for Future and One Tree Planted. As part of its quest to improve the environment, for each bottle sold, 3SAPAS will plant a native tree in areas threatened by deforestation and degraded ecosystems.