Nieto Senetiner


120 years of tradition and prestige. In 1888, Italian immigrants planted the first vines in the Vistalba Valley, Luján de Cuyo district, and Mendoza. Originally the vineyards consisted of different European varietals, but over time, Malbec and Bonarda dominated the landscape of Vistalba's vineyards. Now, 120 years later, shoots from mother vines continue producing groundbreaking wines.

Placement Targets

• White tablecloth restaurants serving unique dishes or international cuisine • Small-plate dining, bistros with outdoor seating • Independent retailers with clubs and newsletters • National and regional grocery for Camila and Nieto Torrontes • Bottle shots and specialty retails for Don Nicanor and Nieto Terroir Blend


• Camila Cabernet Sauvignon & Malbec • Nieto Torrontes, Pinot Noir, Bonarda, Cabernet Sauvignon & Malbec • Don Nicanor Blend & Malbec • Nieto Terroir Blend