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A brief history

I inherited a passion for wine from my winemaking ancestors. Angel Furlotti, my great-grandfather, was a pioneer in the Mendoza winemaking industry. He arrived from Italy with a great knowledge about soils and winemaking techniques. Upon realizing the potential of the soils here, he planted vines in places like Agrelo, Altamira, Lunlunta and Vistalba. A tireless visionary, Angel purchased his first winery in Maipú, together with his sons. It reached its highest potential during the 1960s.

Now, I’ve taken up my family’s winemaking tradition with the same enthusiasm, pride and faith in the future. It’s a tradition that now dates back four generations.
Like my great-grandfather Angel, I believe that the best wine comes from the best grapes, ideally old grapes. This belief fuels my dream to preserve small heritage vineyards threatened by urban sprawl. And that’s how Finca Adalgisa was born. The past and the present are united here by one passion – the art of making wine.
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Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina


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In 1916, French winemakers planted this vineyard in Chacras de Coria. Today, we care for it in an artisanal way – horses plow the soil, pruners tie branches with natural materials. From the high Andes mountains, these vines are watered with the highest quality of water. We harvest enough grapes each season to make approximately 5,000 bottles of Malbec. These grapes are a living material that we respect, care for and anxiously watch grow. Here, we do it all by hand in the old-fashioned way, with love for nature, and respect for the environment and the traditions we’ve inherited. Our vines are more than 100 years old, and we work them with a lot of care and passion