“The close relationship between the Saltenean wine and the Calchaquí Valleys’ landscapes, together with its resulting impact, turned Cafayate into an emblem of Argentina, in a unique-value, virtually mystical place. Every man and woman visiting this site can perceive the magic and charm surrounding it, but they also value its winegrowing industry, which expresses unique qualities with an identity that allows it to go beyond time”
Winemaking and Vineyard Manager
Visctor has been working at Bodegas Etchart for more than 35 years, joining the establishment in 1982.
“Our wines experience steady growth in sales in the Argentine market, and they are known all over the world for their excellent quality-price ratio. After over two decades alongside Bodegas Etchart, when I look back I can smile with confidence that we have done things well and we will continue along the same path: of work, persistence and respect for our soil”
Juan Carlos Mosca
Head of Winemakers
Juan Carlos looks after and monitors each moment and transformation of the wine in the wine cellar personally.
Assistant winemaker at Bodegas Etchart
Carlos worked in different harvests in Napa Valley, United States, and came back to stay in the valley that enchanted him.
María Virginia Quarin Lombardi
Winemaker at Bodegas Etchart
María Virginia Quarin Lombardi joined the winemakers’ team in early 2016. She arrived looking for new challenges in a long-standing winery in Cafayate.
Agricultural Engineer at Bodegas Etchart
Jorge makes the most of the natural attributes of the terroir where the vineyards planted at the highest altitudes are born.
La Escondida guesthouse’s housekeeper
Maria is the third generation of his family to work in the winery; her story is intertwined with Bodegas Etchart’s story.
Bodegas Etchart’s Country Manager
Mariano has been responsible for Bodegas Etchart’s vineyards for over three decades.
“Beyond the exceptional beauty of the landscape and the vineyards that are situated at uncommon latitude, there was something which particularly fascinated me about this place: the Cafayatean people and their close relationship with Etchart, or rather with La Florida vineyard, as our main vineyard is known here, where we can find the winery and most of our homes”
Operations Manager of Bodegas Etchart
Ramiro joined the winery in 2004 as Agricultural Engineer; he is fully familiar with the process in which the wine is engaged, from the grape to the bottle, and he currently runs the establishment.