To celebrate our 90th anniversary, we open the doors of the winery to tourism. The winery was built in 1920. It is a Florentine-style building, an icon of Mendoza’s oenological architecture of the early twentieth century, which was restored, recycled and valued combining tradition and cutting-edge technology.
Our proposal begins in a traditional Malbec vineyard located next to the winery, and then it continues with a tour through 90 years of history.
Among the attractions we visit the Oak Barrels Chamber, a space dedicated to the evolution of oak and wine in the last century. There you can see barrels from 1900, which were sent not assembled from France to Mendoza, where a cooper was the person in charge of carrying out the work of putting all the pieces together.
The tour continues with the “Sparkling wine Area”, where visitors can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine directly from a fermentation tank.
Then the visitors are taken to an underground room, where you can see epoxy pools, a museum with original elements and machinery from the beginning of the 20th century, an “ aging” area where the wines are resting in their barrels finishing in a private Technical Tasting Room.