By Simone Zarmati Diament

Fifty miles south of the city of Mendoza, Argentina, at the foot of the snowy peaks of the Andes, the vast expanse of the alluvial plains of Tunuyán, over 3,000 feet above sea level is home to what may be the most ambitious and the most spectacular winery project in the world: Clos de los Siete.


Under the baton of winemaker Michel Rolland and viticulturalist and managing director Carlos Tizio Mayer, some of the world's most famous and influential wine families of France have built Clos de los Siete, a winemaker’s dream in one Argentina's best terroir. Their names are like a registry of royalty:



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