Mitre s/n, Coquimbito, Maipú.
Inspired by the Italian Renaissance, its symmetrical shapes, monumental f’ade, slender design and overall practical purpose make this building one of the greatest examples of its style in Argentina. The facing brickwork shows the ability of the craftsmen who arrived from Northern Italy bringing all their knowledge and experience and who came to Mendoza brought by the railway. The winery was sold by the founding family in 1970 and it was abandoned soon after that. Trapiche acquired it in 2006 aiming to rescue the spirit of its creation by restoring its original structure, recycling its interiors, and incorporating the latest technology and equipment for the production of its high-end wines.