Byron Lutz
U.S. Telephone (Florida): (561) 480-2940
Email: [email protected]



Top Premium 113-Acre Wine Estate,
Award-Winning Wine & Export:
US$2.5 Million

Turn-Key Opportunity with Farm
Management in Place and Wine
Distribution in 11 Countries


This company is a true turn-key operation. The
company works with a talented Mendoza wine
management company to run the vineyards and
back-room operations including sales, logistics
and exports. For over a decade, the two
companies have worked together to establish a
profitable strategy to make, market, and sell
quality boutique wines made from the company
vineyards. Added to the mix, the company hired
an internationally known, Mendoza-based
winemaking couple. All together, the result is
a winning strategy.


In order to control the quality of the wine,
only grapes grown on the three vineyards are
used in making the wine. The vines range in age
from 15 to 75 years old. The combined 113 acres
of vineyard grow Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon,
Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Petit Verdot, and
Carmenere. Depending on the location, the
vineyard has a well and uses drip irrigation or
water coming from the Andes through the canal
system. The company tractors are housed in the
storage barn along with the truck and other
equipment and items used in the vineyards.

The wines offered by the company are marketed
under 2 different brands offering the
marketplace 5 distinct wines. Over the years,
the wines have gathered many accolades from
wine writers such as Parker, Suckling, Tanzer,
Wine Enthusiast, Tastings, Wine Spectator,
Guia Descorchados and many others.

In wine competitions the company wines
have performed very well. In the United States,
the wines have been highlighted at the Houston
Rodeo Wine Competition and the New Orleans
International Wines Competition, winning gold
and silver belt buckles and gold and best in
class awards respectively. Winning European
competitions find the wines receiving accolades
from Harpers Wine Stars in London, and bronze
medals in Bordeaux. In Hong Kong competitions,
the wines received silver and bronze medals.

Depending on how much or how little time an
owner wants to spend on this project, the
owner can set the pace. There are many phases
of wine making to choose from including working
with the agronomists cultivating the vines,
attending harvest festivities, collaborating with
the winemakers in choosing the wine blends,
representing the company at international wine
events such as Vinexpo and ProWein, or working
with the company distributors around the world
to introduce and sell the wine.


Vineyard views.

Horseback riding on the vineyard.

Harvest time! All grapes are hand-picked.

Sorting Table: Back at the winery notice
that the removal of stems and leaves are
are done by hand and not by machine. This
careful selection of which grapes go into the
wine vats ensures the sanity and quality of
the wine so the final product is exceptional.
Only premium vintners take this extra step.

Here they are showing the wine at the Hong Kong
International Wine & Spirits Fair, the most
important wine show in Asia.

More vineyard views:

Gorgeous Andes views and roses. The photos
show roses next to the vines. Top vineyards
will often plant roses because roses can warn
if aphids or mildew are on the way. Those pests
and diseases show up on roses first, telling the
workers they need to spray an organic-approved
pest control on the vines.

Pruning: Workers hang their jackets on the
vineyard posts during winter as they work
to prune the vines. Good pruning is an art
that must be managed by top pros or the
harvest and grape quality will suffer.

Photos of worker houses. The first photo is
a close-up. The other houses are seen in
the distance during winter.

Tractor work and riding the vineyard.

Irrigation ponds.

Here are some Wine Reviews and
Scores by top international critics:

(96 Points)
'A wonderfully layered old world styled red
blend with grey depth and balance.'

-- Tastings (Beverage Testing Institute)

(92 Points)
'Fragrant aromas of toasty oak, earthy minerals,
Asian spices, leather and black cherry lead to a
velvety-textured succulent, nicely proportioned
wine that opens in the glass to reveal excellent
volume and length.'

-- Robert Parker Wine Advocate

(92 Points)
'Blackberries, mulberries, plums and plenty
of baking spices and vanilla. Full body,
juicy tannins, vibrant acidity and a driven
finish. Shows clarity and tension.'

-- James Suckling, American Wine Critic

(93 Points)
'Dark violet black color. Lively aromas
and flavors of spiced cherries and berry pie
with a satiny, lively, dry-yet-fruity medium-
to-full body and a warming, charming, medium-
long finish with impressions of vanilla
custard and roasted beets with chewy tannins
and light oak. A delicious and savory
table companion.'

-- Tastings (Beverage Testing Institute)

(92 Points)
'Rich aromas and flavors of blueberry pie
a la mode and spiced apples. Medium to
full body and a warming, interesting,
medium length finish with impressions of
a vanilla cream and savory root vegetable
with chewy tannins and light oak. A
vibrant and tasty red that will be great
with robust meal dishes.'

-- Tastings (Beverage Testing Institute)

Email Us: [email protected]
Or call Byron Lutz in Lake Worth, Florida, USA:
(561) 480-2940