A brief history
The story begins in 2005, when the Bonnie family, owners of the famous Grand Cru Classé des Graves: Château Malartic-Lagravière and Château Gazin Rocquencourt (also Pessac Léognan), wanted to leave Bordeaux to open up to new horizons.
The object of their passion was these 130 hectares located in the middle of the Uco Valley, south of Mendoza, which became the Bodega Diamandes.
Forming part of the Clos de los Siete, which we no longer present, we cannot help but be struck by the masterful architecture that blends in with the magnificent Andean landscape. The result in the bottle is worthy of this passion, which since the 2007 harvest has allowed the development of ever greater wines.