A history of three enologists, three great friends who share a passion for wine in different corners of the world.

This adventure begins in Argentina and Spain, where they choose the best terroirs in each geographical region, putting into practice their vast experience in the production of high-quality wines. Later, they developed these three blends to their personal tastes and created “melting pot”…

Melting Pot Valle de Uco

Valle de Uco is located in the province of Mendoza comprised by the departments of Tupungato, Tunuyan, and San Carlos. The Cordillera de los Andes with its Cerro Aconcagua, which rises almost 7,000 meters, overlooks a large green oasis of vineyards watered by the thaw and surrounded by the desert. This semi-desert region produces large temperature differences – very hot during the day and very cool at night – which makes it especially suitable for growing high quality grapes.


Melting Pot La Rioja

La Rioja is located in the north of Spain, delimited by the river Ebro, occupies different districts of La Rioja, Basque Country and Navarre. It is a privileged area for the production of high quality wines with unique personality and great aptitude for breeding.


Melting Pot Priorat

To the south of Cataluña Spain, in the lands of Tarragona is located the region of Priorat. It is a very rustic, almost inhospitable area, with steep black hills and indomitable risks. This is where high quality wines are produced today that have conquered the most demanding palates in the world. It is precisely this land that has given prestige to the wines. Yes, it is poor and rusty, but it is also unique and small in size. Hence the exclusivity of these intense and deep wines of the Priorat.