Finca La Celia
We laid the keystone, planting the first Malbec in the Uco Valley
Every Pioneer leaves a unique legacy and Eugenio Bustos was one of them. He arrived in the Uco Valley and planted the first Malbec wine from France which he received as payment for his best horses. Named in honour of his daughter, that is how Finca La Celia was born in 1890.
Points of Distinction
- La Celia Pioneer Malbec 2014, 93 Points James Suckling
- La Celia Heritage Malbec, 93 Points Wine Enthusiast and also listed in the top 100 wines
- One of the oldest Wineries in all of Argentina
- High desert continental climate, only 200mm of rain per year, 1000 to 1100 metres above sea level, wide temperature ranges of 18 to 19 degrees.
VSTP Wine Group
Andrea Ferreyra. Since graduating from Universidad Juan Agustín Maza, Andrea had had 20 years of experience in the wine industry, over 10 years of which have been with the VSPT Wine Group