The huge Trapiche firm, the largest wine producer in Argentina as well as one of the country’s oldest (it was founded in 1883), has built a strong reputation for high-quality inexpensive wines as well as for their high-end vineyard-designated Malbecs. Quality has been on the rise since the company installed the talented Daniel Pi as chief winemaker and enologist in 2002, and the firm’s geographic reach has expanded as well. - From Argentina’s Wines Enter the World Stage (Jul 2018) by Stephen Tanzer
Ideal to serve with cheeses, red meats, mushrooms, stew and with the typical Argentinian “asado”.
Trapiche is located in Mendoza, Argentina at the foothills of the Andes Mountains. Trapiche is Argentina’s largest exported premium wine brand, exporting to more than 80 countries world wide. Trapiche represents “the richness of diversity” in Argentina. Throughout its history, it has understood like no other the strength of the viticulture in Argentina and has specialized in obtaining the best from every vineyard to create unique wines. This diversity is found in more than 1,000 hectares of its own vineyards and obtaining grapes from more than 200 independent producers in the best wine growing areas of Argentina. In its wide and diverse portfolio, Trapiche offers a wine for occasion and every palate. Quality, innovation and diversity have always been Trapiche’s fundamental drivers, the basis on which it stands and moves forward.