Founded in 1897, Bodega Lagarde was acquired in 1969 by the Pescarmona family, who’s hallmark would mark its identity as a family winery producing high-end wines, both in Argentina and the rest of the world.  

Today the winery is run by young sisters Sofia and Lucila Pescarmona, third generation of the winemaking family

During the following decades Lagarde focused on defining its particular style of wines. Striving to consistently innovate Lagarde was the first Latin American producer to plant non-traditional varieties such as Viognier and Moscato Bianco, adding to its unique style.

Inside the old facade is the result of more than 10 years of constant investment. The winery is fully equipped with the latest technology machinery. It has a capacity of approximately 2,000,000 liters between stainless steel tanks, cement tanks coated in epoxy and French and American oak barrels, and a champagne tank with capacity for 10,000 bottles of high-end sparkling wine.

Lagarde and his team aim to achieve excellence vintage after vintage, setting the path of a winery in constant evolution faithful to the entrepreneurial vision of its owners.

Today the winery and estate are run by third generation Pescarmonas, sisters Sofia and Lucila Pescarmona. Under their direction, Lagarde creates exceptional terroir character wines that reflect a strong sustainable commitment to the land and its people.

“We believe in Mendoza, our people and the terroirs where our wines come from. We rely on teamwork, the search for excellence in all production processes and the constant search for the best of our land. Our wines are designed to share with our beloved people, being them the invitation to enter our world marked by the cult of wine and family.” Sofía Pescarmona.