The story of Tomero wines starts in their land called “Don Antonio” in the Valle de Uco. Tomero pays homage to the noble trade of the men who channeled the water coming from the Andes mountain range and distributed it among the vineyards that were entitled to use the water from the river.

Grapes are selected with the best characteristics for each varietal. Once the batches of grapes for each wine are selected according to the structure and style required by each wine, they are fermented in concrete vessels. This is the origin of the Tomero Gran Reserva Malbec wine, as well as the Reserva de Tomero line, characterized by unusual varieties like Petit Verdot and Sémillon.

Bodeda Vistalba, the winery that makes Tomero was founded by Carlos Pulenta; an important name in Argentinian wine.  Pulenta is the oldest son of Don Antonio Pulenta, one of Argentina’s founding families of wine.

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