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Gauchezco grows with its 100% Pinot Noir sparkler

The winery, which determined to release a lower volume in 2013, decided to double its production this year, due to its significant growth and the excellent response from consumers. It is Gauchezco Extra Brut, made of 100% Pinot Noir grapes, hailing from a 25-year-old vineyard, located in Barrancas-Maipú


Gauchezco Plata Malbec

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: This wine displays vigorous red with violet hues and profound black shades.
Nose: Intense and attractive aromas of red fruits, such as plumb and cherry combined with an elegant oak essence.
Mouth: The mouth feel is silky, profound and with a juicy finish.

Gauchezco Clasico Torrontes 2014

Grape variety: Torrontés 100%
Sight: Attractive golden yellow color.
Nose: Enticing aromas of white peaches are accompanied with hints of jasmine and rose.
Mouth: Pleasant freshness with citrus notes, beautiful structure, and acidity, with a long and full finish.

Gauchezco Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon 100%
Sight: Ruby red with dark violet overlays.
Nose: Intense and complex where green pepper, blackcherry and boysenberry come together with notes of vanilla and dark chocolate.
Mouth: Well balanced and has as a harmonious structure sustained by sweet and mature tannins, providing a long and persistent finish.

About us

Our history begins with our old and legendary vineyard, founded in 1881 by the Governor of Mendoza in Barrancas - Maipú. In this site, the first premium quality grapes were planted in Argentina.

Our production is focused on the main regions of Argentina: Maipu and the Uco Valley, in Mendoza Province, and Cafayate, in Salta Province.

The Anesi family’s dream of making wines in Mendoza came true when they finally purchased a legendary estate that is now Gauchezco Vineyard. With great dedication, they remain making this glorious project synonymous with world-class wine.