In 1927, two italian brothers, Adelio and Amilcar Ariano, left their native land like many other immigrants. They settled down in "El Colorado", an area in the province of Canelones, Uruguay.
On their productive and rich land they decided to perpetuate the legacy of past generations, the most antique European wine tradition.
Before becoming the property of the Deicas family, the Juanico winery land passed had many other owners. Notably among these was Don Francisco Juanico, who in 1830 broke with the traditional farming methods of the area and constructed an underground cellar. This enabled him to make very good quality wines because of the naturally cool environment in the cellar.
|The Juanico winery is recognized as the most technically advanced in Uruguay, thanks to its investment in the business and its use of the latest technology.|
It’s a winery that is evolving to satisfy the tastes and increasing knowledge of the consumers in the national market, but as well it’s meeting the requirements of the international markets with their long tradition of winemaking.
Almost one and a half centuries later in 1979 the winery passed into the hands of those who will finally open it to the doors of the world.
Bodegas y Vinedos "Kohlberg" is located 15 kilometers from Tarija, Bolivia in the Santa Ana Valley. They have been making fine wines in the Santa Ana valley since 1963. It's vineyards are at an elevation of 1,950 meters or 6,390 feet. It produces many varieties of fine wine made even more enjoyable by the elevation of the vineyards.
Campos de Solana---Bolivia---Coming Soon
Bodegas y Vinedos " Campos de Solana, Ltd" is a relatively new company created from the joining of 2 vintner families , the Castellanos and the Graniers, both with a long tradition of producing fine wines in Bolivia. These families have over 30 years experience producing wines and tending vinyards in Bolivia.