La Celia Pioneer, the first
in the Uco Valley. Eugenio Bustos began his pioneering journey in an effort to
fulfill his dream. This wine is the fruit of his labor, balanced and complex.
Its hints of cherries, fresh
plums and flowers can be easily distinguished. Its finish is aromatic and kind.
- 90 POINTS (James Suckling)
- 90 POINTS (Robert Parker's Wine Advocate)
Eugenio Bustos arrived in
the Uco Valley and planted the first Malbec vines which he had received in exchange
for his finest breed of horse. In 1890, he founded La Celia Winery to honor his
daughter Celia. Today we continue his tradition, producing wines which reflect
the true expression of this unique terroir.