La Giostra del Vino, an high-end wine project, came into being with the production of the first Bacán Malbec Clásico back in 2007. Since then, not only the production managed to expand its wine portfolio with an average of one wine per year, but also it has achieved a quality increase year on year. The actors of this project are Giuseppe Franceschini, the winemaker, responsible and hands-on involved in the whole production process, from the health of the grape plants, until the process of bottling and keeping the wine in the best possible conditions; on the right Jacques Hoogeveen, responsible for the coordination of everything between the production process and the customer experience. After several successful harvests in Mendoza, in 2007 started the decision to produce wines due to our conviction that the terroir, conditions of the land, sun and microclimate are a great basis for wines of impecable quality. The red wines, both Malbec variety, come from vineyards located in Agrelo, a subzone of Lujan de Cuyo, located approximately 1,000 – 1,100 meters above sea level. The top layer of the subzone consists of alluvial soils comprised mainly of clay with small percentages of silt, while becoming stony as depth increases. This type of soil enhances the structure of the wines, giving them more body, and most importantly, providing them great aging potential.