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Founded in 1890 – with over 125 years’ history – La Celia is the oldest winery in the Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina. It was the first winery in the region to plant the Malbec variety, which is currently the country’s signature variety around the world. Eugenio Bustos arrived in the Uco Valley and planted the first Malbec vine from France, which he had received in exchange for his finest horse. Named in honour of his daughter, that is how the Finca La Celia was born.

Since then, it has been known as one of most historical wineries in Argentina. La Celia consists of over 400 planted vineyards, where it has strived to discover, maintain and tailor those varieties which are best suited to the Uco Valley’s climate.

Today winemaker Andrea Ferrerya is the competent and passionate guardian of that tradition.

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La Celia Malbec Reserva Valle de Uco

R 420.00

La Celia Malbec Reserva is made exclusively from Malbec grapes. A rich wine, redolent of plums and cherries. Round in the mouth with a touch of truffle and vanilla. Brand:...