• Vineyard Area: 7 ha
  • Soil Type: Stony subsoil comprised of mostly limestone deposits
  • Varieties Cultivated: Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot
  • Annual Production: Up to 2,500 bottles only in the best vintages
  • Country: Argentina
  • Winemaker: Federico Sanchez
  • Topography: Foothills of the Andes


Sebastiano, known as Tiano, and Nazzareno known as Nareno, landed at the port of Buenos Aires in the summer of 1908, after 18 days at sea. But the city was not their final destination. They still had 1,000 km westward to travel before arriving in the region of Mendoza, a land where vines had been cultivated at the foot of the imposing Andean Mountains for hundreds of years. Mendoza was the place where Tiano and Nareno, my grandfathers, set up their homes and founded their families.
My grandfathers devoted their lives to working the land and growing vines. They were passionate about tradition and had a great love for work well done. The land, climate and vines of Mendoza held no secrets for them. It took over five years to identify and select the region’s best plots of Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, the very same plots that Tiano and Nareno loved so much and talked of so often.