Rivadavia, Argentina. The Italian family Lanzarini, emigrated from Modena in 1905, produces wines since 1936 in the Mendoza region. Only typical grapes from their own vineyards are processed into modern wines with character. The Italian passion can also be found in their Argentinean wines.

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Monte Cepas

Monte Cepas litteraly means' vines from the mountains. The vineyards for the Monte Cepas wines are planted at the foot of the Andes, being irrigated with freshly melted snowwater. Discover the complexity of the Monte Cepas flavors and aromas

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Claroscuro is a tendency in the art world wanting to emphasize the extremes of colors and light impressions. In both photography and painting, dark effects are represented even darker than these actually are and lighter effects are even lighter. Thus the midtones disappear and the extremes are amplified. The story of Claroscuro starts in 2012 when Gustavo and Paula Cucchiara passed here and immediately fell in love with the beautiful Finca San Francisco with its equally beautiful views and majestic surroundings. At over 1100m height and with the impressive Andes as background, Uco Valley is a unique location for growing grapes. Since they keep art as important value and consider wine making as such, they want to promote art through their wines and have their wines tasted through art. Each bottle receives a personal work of art from Argentinian artists and is thus a representative with a unique identity. The vineyard is subdivided into different terroirs which make it possible to create different characters with different grapes Each bottle has a painting with similar characteristics and make more than just a nice bottle of wine from each cuvée.

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