This Lujan de Cuyo based winery was established over one hundred and ten years ago and is one of the best organised for wine tourism. The tasting room is set in one of the original concrete tanks stylistically re-des
igned using old oak and barrel bands. The original underground barrel cellars are guaranteed to impress a
s is the wine. Their single vineyard Malbecs regularly receive 92+ points from Wine Spectator.
Started in 1997 this original 1890 winery had its adobe walls demolished and rebuilt in brick. This preserves all the charm of the original winery without the defects of adobe. They have 198,150-gallon capacity in small cement/epoxy vats and 250,990 gallons in stainless steel. Their top wine Alto is made from vines giving yields of only 1.5 tons per hectare and is aged in both French and American oak for 18 months