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Bodega Lagarde | Mendoza

Bodega Lagarde | Mendoza

Bodega Lagarde was founded in 1897 by Jose Angel Pereira and the winery remained with his family until it was handed to the Pescarmona Family in 1970. Lagarde is one of the oldest and most traditional wineries in Mendoza and one of the founder members of the first DOC of Argentina.

Lagarde is located in the region known as ‘Zona Alta del Rio Mendoza’ in Luján de Cuyo and is considered the ‘First Growing Zone’, and best region of the country to produce high quality wines. The first Malbec vineyards were planted in 1897 and 1906 and are still in production more than 100 years later. Lagarde was also the first winery in Argentina to plant and produce Viognier as a single varietal.

Today, third generation family member, Sofia Pescarmona runs the winery. The winery, centenarian vineyards and courtyards are a true reflection of the traditional Mendocino lifestyle. Lagarde only use their own fruit to offer four ranges of wine from entry level through to their top-tier wines. 

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