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Dos Familias

In 1861, the main building in the winery was built (currently the winery´s museum), which worked as a wheat mill. The water stream that runs across the property allowed for the installment of a hydroelectric wheel which generated energy for cereal grinding. Back then, the property was owned by the Solanilla-Estrella family (who came from Aragon to Mendoza following the “Virgen de la Carrodilla”) and was therefore known as the Solanilla-Estrella mill.
By the end of the 19th century, in the year 1894, Mendoza shifted its production to the wine making industry, transforming the wheat mill into a wine-press. This was how the Winery came to be. In that period, the property was owned by Domingo Mauricio. It was then that the winery reached its greatest splendor, producing more than 2 million liters of wine.
In 2002, already owned by “Dos Familias Winery and Vineyard”, the winery was restored, expanded and modernized with the idea of combining its large 19th century buildings with thick sun-dried brick walls and cane ceilings, with 21st century technology. The winery´s main building was one of the first to be built in Mendoza and remains the only one still in use to this day. Its age and architecture made it worthy of becoming a Historical and Architectural Cultural Patrimony of Mendoza in 2004.
By the end of the 19th century, in the year 1894, Mendoza shifted its production to the wine making industry, transforming the wheat mill into a wine-press. This was how the Winery came to be. In that period, the property was owned by Domingo Mauricio. It was then that the winery reached its greatest splendor, producing more than 2 million liters of wine.
In 2002, already owned by “Dos Familias Winery and Vineyard”, the winery was restored, expanded and modernized with the idea of combining its large 19th century buildings with thick sun-dried brick walls and cane ceilings, with 21st century technology. The winery´s main building was one of the first to be built in Mendoza and remains the only one still in use to this day. Its age and architecture made it worthy of becoming a Historical and Architectural Cultural Patrimony of Mendoza in 2004.

PRODUCTS

Milo Red Blend

Deep ruby color with hints of purple. In the palate there are blackberry, and red currants notes. With a nice finish leaving hints of dark fruits.

2016


Milo Estate Malbec

Ruby color; In the nose aromas of ripe plums, and hints of Blackberries enjoyable with meats, and Sharp cheeses.

2015


Milo Tempranillo

Deep color, The aromas in the nose is like a red fruit bowl, and notes of cherries, and cranberries in your palate. Ideal to share with meats, and Sharp cheeses.

2015


Milo Gran Reserve

Aged for 18 months with deep ruby red color and highlights of Violets. Jumpy berry aromas are crisp, and slightly charred. Rugged tannins, and alert acidity create a high-energy palate. Dark flavors of black fruits, and chocolate are slightly herbal, ...

2014


Milo Malbec

A Fruity friendly Malbec, brings you a great interpretation of Mendoza Argentina. Flowers of ripe plums, prunes, and hints chocolate. The Aromas are a bowl of dark fruits. A refreshing wine to drink

2016
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Milo Reserve

Red, and purple nuances. Full, and sweet entrance. The acidity is bright, and medium tannins. Witha clean finish.

2015


Milo Moscato

Natural sweet wine harvest at the end of April, when the vines have the maximun level of sugar per kilogram. Great Tropical notes in the nose resemble, sweet honey, and riped peaches.

2016