In 1999, the renowned winemaker Federico Benegas Lynch began a personal project involving the production of premium wines. Today, the wines of Bodega Benegas are established as a guarantee of quality and are earning plaudits across the world. The winery also played a key role in the development of Cabernet Franc in Argentina.
Foster Lorca is an example of what innovation, creativity and audacity can do for the Argentine viticultural industry.
Wineries in San Rafael. Historic wineries in a unique terroir producing a number of quality labels.
Susana Balbo Wines: A commitment to sustainability and protecting the environment, as well as their investment in promoting quality oenotourism through high end hospitality and cuisine have made the winery an industry leader.
Wineries in Maipú: we get back on the road to visit three wineries that deliver flavor, style and tradition not far from the capital of Mendoza
Daniela Mezzatesta: Head of Research, Development and Vineyard Sustainability at Terrazas de los Andes, tells us about her work and shares her thoughts on the role of women in the wine industry.
Just minutes from the provincial capital, these wineries take you on a journey through different flavors, nature and history.
Bodega Argento, an Argentine leader in sustainability and organic production
Claroscuro, the Mendoza winery that specializes in wine with personality and puts Argentine art on its labels.
Located about 180 miles to the south, in the oasis formed by the Diamante and Atuel rivers, San Rafael is a multi-faceted jewel offering abundant vineyards and a wealth of adventure tourism.