while projecting themselves into the future respecting their roots and highlighting the uniqueness of the Mendoza terroir.
In 1890, Leoncio Arizu, a member of the fourth generation of pioneer viticulturists in producing quality wines in Europe, arrived in Argentina from Spain and settled in Mendoza. Upon discovering Luján de Cuyo, this immigrant became enthusiastic about this place that reminded him of his homeland and began to plant vineyards with vines of European origin. In 1901 he inaugurated the Luigi Bosca Winery located in Luján de Cuyo, thus beginning a history marked by innovation, growth and a constant search for maximum quality.
Each of the winery’s wine collections has an essence to express and communicate: a virtuous combination between what the terroir gives and the imprint of the team that accompanies the grapes in their transformation.