Bemberg Estate Wines
A brief history
Meet The Winemakers
Daniel Pi, acclaimed in 2017 as best Argentinian winemaker by Tim Atkin, one of the most prestigious Masters of Wine in the world, studied Winemaking at Don Bosco School of Oenology. Over the years, Daniel has completed many specialist courses and training programmes in multiple winemaking regions, especially in Europe and the USA. His vast experience has taken him to be a speaker at multiple conferences around the world, in addition to receiving annual invitations to participate as a judging panel member at the most prestigious national and international wine awards. Daniel's work includes traditional and innovative practices, the result of having developed vast knowledge about the different family-owned terroirs along Argentina and having properly understood the specific features of each area, its' soil and climate. His passion for exploration has led him to grow vines in a vast number of regions in the country were to grow vines. Some of these regions, at first glance, seemed unimaginable vinegrowing locations in Argentina. Such is the case of Chapadmalal, merely 6 km from the Atlantic coast, where Daniel successfully crafted the country's first wines of oceanic influence. Over the years, Daniel has received multiple awards for his wines. On many occasions, some of them have achieved more than 95 points from prestigious critics and specialised magazines, such as Tim Atkin, James Suckling, Decanter, and International Wine Challenge, among others.View More
Marcelo Belmonte graduated from the School of Agricultural Sciences of the National University of Cuyo, Mendoza. He holds a Master of Science in Horticulture and Agronomy with Viticulture Specialisation from the University of California Davis, in addition to being a member of the Society for Oenology and Viticulture, the American Society of Agricultural Engineers and the Soil Science Society of America. Since 2004, Marcelo has been leading Trapiche's team of agronomists, a role where he has been appraised for introducing highly innovative styles and techniques both for the training and the vineyard row orientation systems. Soil mapping and trials have also been implemented under his guidance in order to quantify the qualitative impact of the different vineyard practices on the grapes. Joined by Daniel Pi, Marcelo has taken the leading role of meticulously studying and selecting the outstanding blocks of the best Family-owned estates along Argentina that will ultimately yield their wine collection. Since 2016, Marcelo has also conducted countless studies using state-of-the-art technology on Finca El Tomillo, an estate acquired exclusively by the Family for the purpose of designing a vineyard that, according to the experts' opinion, has the potential for becoming Argentina's most emblematic vineyard.View More
Bemberg Estate Wines Wines
This wine comes from Los Árboles, in the Uco Valley, in Mendoza, in a microterroir characterized by sandy loam soils that give a most attractive and seductive Pinot Noir, full of fragrance and tension. A glorious combination of elegance and subtle yet structured power.
Pionero is a true reflection of Argentina's wealth, given the unmistakable presence of Malbec- our flagship variety. The wine delicately embraces its' Bordeaux roots, of which are the very same as those that boosted wine produced in Argentina, with Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.
This wine is sourced from La Consulta, in the Uco Valley, in Mendoza. Regarded as one of the very best microterroirs in Argentina, it offers a defined Malbec with vibrant acidity and multi-faceted tannins. This Malbec is the charismatic expression of the southern most vineyard in the Bemberg Estate collection.
This wine is sourced from the Pedernal Valley, in San Juan, in an area of extremes, rocky soils and high temperatures that deliver a powerfully charismatic Malbec, which is the supreme expression of this microterroir. This is a glittering diamond ace up the sleeve of the Argentine Malbec kingdom.
This wine is sourced from one of the best microterroirs in Argentina. A site of sandy, deep, ancient soils delivering wines of outstanding potential.
This wine comes from Chañar Punco, in the Calchaquí Valley, in Catamarca, in a remote place where its dry and arid climate is complemented by very rocky soils. These unique characteristics deliver a powerful wine with great character and distinctive typicality, making it the highest altitude Malbec expression in the Bemberg Family Estate range.