VALLE DE UCO! Top Premium 113-Acre Wine Estate, Award-Winning Wine & Export

7R5W+JW La Consulta, Mendoza Province, Argentina
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This is a turn-Key opportunity with farm management in place and wine distribution in 11 countries. The company works with a talented Mendoza wine management company to run the vineyards and back-room operations including sales, logistics
and exports. For over a decade, the two companies have worked together to establish a profitable strategy to make, market, and sell quality boutique wines made from the company vineyards. Added to the mix, the company hired an internationally known, Mendoza-based winemaking couple. All together, the result is a winning strategy. In order to control the quality of the wine, only grapes grown on the three vineyards are used in making the wine. The vines range in agefrom 15 to 75 years old. The combined 113 acres of vineyard grow Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Petit Verdot, and Carmenere. Depending on the location, the vineyard has a well and uses drip irrigation or water coming from the Andes through the canal system. The company tractors are housed in the storage barn along with the truck and other equipment and items used in the vineyards. The wines offered by the company are marketed under 2 different brands offering themarketplace 5 distinct wines. Over the years, the wines have gathered many accolades from wine writers such as Parker, Suckling, Tanzer, Wine Enthusiast, Tastings, Wine Spectator, Guia Descorchados and many others. In wine competitions the company wines have performed very well. In the United States, the wines have been highlighted at the Houston Rodeo Wine Competition and the New Orleans International Wines Competition, winning gold and silver belt buckles and gold and best in class awards respectively. Winning European competitions find the wines receiving accolades from Harpers Wine Stars in London, and bronze medals in Bordeaux. In Hong Kong competitions, the wines received silver and bronze medals. Depending on how much or how little time an owner wants to spend on this project, the owner can set the pace. There are many phases of wine making to choose from including working with the agronomists cultivating the vines, attending harvest festivities, collaborating with the winemakers in choosing the wine blends, representing the company at international wine events such as Vinexpo and ProWein, or working with the company distributors around the world to introduce and sell the wine.

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