Familia Zuccardi is an Argentine family-owned winery that was founded in 1963 by Alberto Zuccardi. The winery is located in the province of Mendoza, in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. The family's main vineyards are in the Uco Valley, a region known for its high altitude vineyards and excellent terroir for producing high-quality wines.
The Zuccardi family is committed to sustainable agriculture and is known for their use of cutting-edge technology in their vineyards and winery. They focus on organic and biodynamic practices, and have implemented many sustainable initiatives, such as using recycled materials for their wine bottles, and creating a system for water conservation.
Familia Zuccardi produces a wide range of wines, including Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Torrontes. They are known for their innovative approach to winemaking, including the use of concrete eggs and amphorae for aging their wines.
Their flagship wine is the Zuccardi Valle de Uco Malbec, which is a single vineyard wine made from grapes grown in the Uco Valley. The winery also produces a range of other premium wines, such as the Zuccardi Aluvional and the Zuccardi Poligonos.
Familia Zuccardi has received numerous awards and accolades for their wines, and is widely considered one of the best wineries in Argentina.