We are Alonso Guerrero Winemakers, a creative and innovative winery.

Innovation Commitment

We are a winery that was born with the desire to become an innovative player in the market, both locally and internationally, with the intention of evolving in our production methods through the generations.

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Our product line is produced in Mendoza, Argentina, in the eastern part of the province and the farms that produce the raw material are located in the area of Lujan de Cuyo and Tupungato. Mendoza, which is part of the Cuyo region, is considered the most relevant province in Argentina, accounting for approximately 66% of the country’s wine production.

Artista V1

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Artista V2

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Viejo Guerrero Malbec

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Quijano Malbec

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Haydee Guerrero

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Gabrielle Malbec

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Quijano Blanco Dulce

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Quijano Rosado de Malbec

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Quijano Cabernet

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Viejo Guerrero Cabernet

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Gabrielle Torrontés

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Artista Malbec/Bonarda

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Gabrielle Rosado de Malbec

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Viejo Guerrero Blend

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Artista Malbec/Merlot

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Gabrielle Cabernet Sauvignon

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The winery

Alonso Guerrero is a young winery, with a boutique orientation. We place emphasis on both wine quality and innovation in our lines. We work as a dynamic and modern company that seeks to offer consumers a complete and unique experience in every bottle.

Our product line is made in Mendoza, Argentina, in the eastern part of the province, and the farms that produce the raw material are located in the area of Lujan de cuyo and Tupungato.

Alonso Guerrero is a young winery, with a boutique orientation, but with solid bases of quality and innovation. We work as a dynamic and modern company that seeks to offer consumers a complete and unique experience in each bottle.

Our winery exports quality wines to different parts of the world and we always seek to build lasting relationships with our customers.

The idea behind the wine

We are a winery that was born with the desire to become an innovative player in the market, both locally and internationally, with the intention of evolving our production methods through generations. The development of a company depends largely on the vision of its founders.

We have a clear commitment to the quality of wine and to caring for the environment. Our entire production process is based on the care of natural resources, both in the production line and in the materials we choose.

We are a young winery that seeks to bring the Argentine tradition of good wine to the world, combining innovation, quality and care for the environment.

Jorge Alonso | Founder

Our Varietals

The Malbec is the flagship variety of Argentina and best represents the local palate: from 2011 strain is the most cultivated in the country. Our Malbec wines are specially made using the best grapes from different farms to achieve a representative flavor of this strain that is the flag of the national viticulture.

In Argentina Cabernet Sauvignon is usually picked towards the end of the harvest, in late March. Sometimes, particularly when growing seasons have not been optimal, Cabernet Sauvignon can be austere – lacking rich fruit flavours, and therefore dominated by its acidity and tannins.

Torrontés is a white grape variety, mostly produced and known in Argentine wine, producing fresh, aromatic wines with moderate acidity, smooth texture and mouthfeel as well as distinctive peach and apricot aromas on the nose.

Argentinian Chardonnay tends to be planted in cooler regions of the Andes, resulting in a more mineral-heavy, vegetative style of wine. Chardonnay has its home in Burgundy, specifically in and around the town of Chablis, where it is almost exclusively planted. Despite its popularity in the region it is still muscled out by Pinot Noir.

For some years now, Argentine Malbec has dressed in pink to captivate the hearts of the world. And it is that the love for rosés, which came at the beginning of this century, came to stay and live on our palates, hand in hand with high quality wines such as malbec rosé.

In Argentina, Merlot (like Cabernet Sauvignon) is an increasingly important red grape, both as a key ingredient in Bordeaux-style blends, as well as a blending grape to be used with Malbec, and also on its own as a single varietal.

Bonarda Piemontese, now officially listed simply as Bonarda but also known as Bonarda di Chieri and Bonarda del Monferrato is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown in the northwestern region of Piedmont.