Familia Mosso’s story begins in 1860 when Francisco Mosso and his family immigrated from Italy to Mendoza and became devoted to viticulture. They produced a Turin-style Vermouth, which years later became famous and gave immense prestige to the Mosso name.
In 1909, the family built their own winery in Lujan de Cuyo where they produced Malbec for 82 years, eventually having to close its doors due to economic instability.
In 2002 Ernesto Mosso and Pablo Mosso, Francisco’s great-great grand children, revitalized the family tradition of producing wines. Their flagship wine is Malbec, produced from old vines, grown on the family’s 18 acre vineyard in Lunlunta, where they have resided since 1932. Living amongst their vines, the Mosso family carries on the passion their ancestors first brought to Mendoza over 150 years ago.