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As the name suggests, Proyecto Hermanas was established by two sisters, Sofia and Lucila Pescarmona. Third generation winemakers, these ladies learned everything they could possibly need to know at their family’s estate, Lagarde; one of Mendoza’s oldest wineries bottling, with Malbec vines over 100 years old. With Sofia in Mendoza and Lucila in San Francisco, this project was an opportunity to establish their own legacy in Mendoza and bring them closer geographically. Following in their family's footsteps, Proyecto Hermanas constantly strives to innovate by producing non-traditional varietals in small batches.


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Proyecto Hermanas White Blend

60% Sauvignon Blanc, 30% Chardonnay, 10% Viognier - this wine displays citrus, floral and ripe tropical fruit aromas. The entry is smooth and unctuous, with and vibrant and fresh finish.


Proyecto Hermanas Rose


50% Malbec and 50% Pinot Noir - this wine has delicate and fresh aromas with notes of fruits such as cherry and raspberry. Fresh and balanced with good acidity and smoothness.

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Proyecto Hermanas Pinot Noir

100% Pinot Noir - this wine shows aroma of ripe red and black fruits with spicy and herbal reminiscences, some tobacco notes and soft and integrated oak as well. It is juicy with marked tannins that give a long and fresh finish.

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Proyecto Hermanas Malbec

100% Malbec - this wine is classically styled with aromas of flowers, herbs and some spicy notes. With impeccable structure, it is lively and fresh with a long finish.

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