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    Rutini Wines

    Seeing the potential of the Uco Valley in 1925, Rutini was the first winery to plant vines in the province. It’s now a world-renowned wine producing region, and Rutini has 400 hectares across Gualtallary, La Consulta and Altamira.

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    Bodega Altocedro

    Located in the sought-after region of La Consulta in the Uco Valley, renowned winemaker, Karim Mussi Saffie is producing terroir driven wines from vines up to 100 years old.

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    Susana Balbo

    Recognised as one of the most influential female winemakers in the world, Susana Balbo has achieved great success with her wines since the launch of Susana Balbo Wines in 1999.

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    Vina Cobos

    Since its first vintage in 1999, Vina Cobos has pushed the boundaries of winemaking in two of the premier growing regions of Mendoza: Luján de Cuyo and Valle de Uco.

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    Bodega Colomé

    Located in the far north of Argentina in the Calchaqui Valley, Bodega Colomé is Argentina’s oldest working winery.

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    Bodega Del Rio Elorza

    Highlighted in Tim Atkin MW’s report as one of the ‘Top 25 wineries to watch’, Bodega Del Rio Elorza is a 20-hectare family winery based in the province of Rio Negro, Patagonia.

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    Familia Zuccardi

    Zuccardi has just (July 2019) won the ‘World’s Best Vineyard’ award and was also voted ‘Best South American Winery’ in ‘The World’s Best Vineyards to Visit’ competition.

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    Finca Quara

    Established in the late 19th century by José Fortunato Lavaque , Finca Quara is still very much a family run winery.

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    Luigi Bosca

    Established in 1901, the Luigi Bosca estate covers 700 hectares of land in Mendoza, across 7 vineyards.

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    Kaiken Wines

    Aurelio Montes, founder of Bodega Montes is Chile, realised the potential of the Mendoza wine growing region in 2000, describing it as ‘a superb land filled with generous wines and hardworking people’.

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    Nieto Senetiner

    The Nieto and Senetiner families took charge of the winery and vineyards in 1969, and today the estate encompasses 400 hectares of vineyards in the Lujan de Cuyo region of Mendoza.

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    El Porvenir de Cafayate

    Situated in the Cafayate Valley in the northern province of Salta, El Porvenir de Cafayate is a family run winery with over four decades of winemaking experience.

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    Domaine Bousquet

    The Bousquet family hails from the medieval city of Carcassone, in the Languedoc region of France. It’s winemaking history dates back 4 generations and its philosophy of organic farming and improving the biodiversity of its land is at the heart of its wines.

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    Bodega Los Haroldos (Familia Falasco)

    With the 3rd generation of the Falasco family at the helm, Bodega Los Haroldos has built a thriving winery in the heart of Mendoza over the last 80 years.

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    Bodega Lorca

    Mauricio Lorca is very much a rising star in Argentina, having worked his way up the winemaking ranks at the likes of Catena and Luigi Bosca. Mauricio is now making his own wines with great success at his winery in Lujan de Cuyo, as well as consulting for many other wineries across Argentina.

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