With its high altitude and desert climate, Mendoza is widely regarded as the best region in the world for the Malbec grape. Our interpretation hails from an 8th generation, family-owned vineyard in sight of the Andes and the Tunuyan river. As Nell Wulfhart, travel writer for the New York Times, wrote of her stay in 2018: "it can be tempting to see Mendoza through the bottom of a wine glass." Cheers to experiencing this vibrant region through fresh eyes, with a can in hand.
Sebastian’s love of nature and the outdoors brought him to wine when he fell in love and followed his fiance to Argentina. (Sebastian was born in Chile.) Years into his career, after he was appointed technical manager for the Argento Wine Company, a leading wine brand in Argentina, Sebastian discovered that his great grandfather had also worked in wine. He worked for the Sultan in Turkey and traveled to Argentina with a group of experts in viticulture, hired by the Argentinean government to advise on vineyard management. Same work as Sebastian, same place, 100 years apart.