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Drink Renacer because it’s one of the most eco-friendly wineries from Argentina

Bodega Renacer is a boutique winery that specializes in Malbec and produces only four wines: Punto Final Clasico, Punto Final Reserva, Enamore and Renacer.

The winery was built in 2004 in Perdriel, Lujan de Cuyo, in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. It is a fusion between classic and modern architecture: well-defined, straight lines combine with Tuscan-inspired walls to provide a highly attractive and unique building.

Renacer is equipped with top of the line Italian technology: we have 550,000 litres of stainless steel tanks and 280,000 litres of underground cement tanks sealed with epoxy for aging and all tanks have computerized temperature control. Currently the winery is expanding its capacity with the construction of a new underground cement tank facility with a capacity of 1,081,000 litres.

Renacer is under the supervision of talented winemakers: the Tuscany-born Alberto Antonini, who is considered as one of the most renowned flying winemakers from Italy, and the Mendocenean Hector Durigutti, who has extensive knowledge about Malbec and the terroir. The winemakers have developed a great synergy and together produce splendid wines that have been praised by the international press.


Renacer’s vineyards are located in Perdriel, a unique zone in Mendoza, Argentina where the soil, altitude, climate, and water come together to create the perfect growing environment for Malbec. The winery has over 29 hectares of Malbec (some of which are more than 50 years old) with yields of less than 8 tons per hectare.

In addition to their own vineyards, Renacer works with and buys from local producers to take advantage of the different terroirs found in Mendoza, such as the Uco Valley (1,100 m.a.s.l, poor soils), Lujan de Cuyo (980 m.a.s.l, intermediate soils), and Medrano (750 m.a.s.l, rich soils).

The winery uses water that comes from the melted Andean snows. This pure water transforms arid Mendoza into an oasis which, in conjunction with the irrigation system that carefully measures each drop of water that is given to the vines, creates small, high quality grapes.


We are committed to protecting our environment. We are the first winery in Argentina to be certified carbon neutral. We use 100% eco friendly bottles, with a lighter weight (15% less glass, reduced carbon emissions), and a recyclable carton case.

We store the water that flows from the Andes Mountains in natural ponds, which provide the vines only with the water that they need and nothing more, thus maximising its use. The used water is returned to the environment in its natural state, free of chemicals or foreign substances.

We also use recycled materials in our boxes and avoid printing unnecessary documents.

We will continue innovating and improving our commitment to our land and vineyards, and will make sure that our natural resources are protected.

Product Reviews

2007 Enamore Perdriel

89 Points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

This is a joint project between Renacer and the Amarone producer Allegrini. Saturated medium ruby. Slightly raisiny aromas of dried fruits and licorice. On the palate, very sweet, palate-saturating dark berry flavors are lifted by bracing acidity , yet the wine’s creamy texture gives it plenty of immediate sex appeal. Substantial tannins melt into the tongue on the persistent finish. This would be a terrific wine with red meat. Made from grapes dried on the vine and vinified in the Amarone style. January 2011

2008 Enamore Perdriel

91 Points Wine Advocate

Wine of the Day – May 19, 2011

Renacer’s 2008 Enamore Allegrini & Renacer is a collaboration with the renowned Allegrini Winery in Italy’s Veneto. It is a blend of 60% Malbec and 40% Bonarda made with dried grapes in the style of ripasso. The wine is just off-dry with only 8g residual sugar while offering up a slightly roasted, liqueur-like perfume along with plenty of spice and black fruit notes.. Smooth textured, rich, and plush on the palate, it is packed with flavor and is structured enough to drink for another 6-8 years. It is also an excellent value.
December 2010

2008 Enamore Perdriel

90 Points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

This is a joint project between Renacer and the Amarone producer Allegrini; a blend of malbec, the cabernets, syrah and bonarda, partially dried by the wind. Bright full red-ruby. Expressive aromas of dried redcurrant, cherry, tobacco, graphite and chocolate. Concentrated, suave and sweet, with nicely integrated acidity punching up the flavors of candied dark berries, cherry and tobacco. Sexy, long wine, with suave tannins and lingering sweetness. January 2011

2009 Enamore Perdriel

92 Points Wine Advocate

...Made in an Amarone style with dried grapes, it is a full-bodied, layered, sweet, and densely packed offering that will deliver prime drinking from 2013 to 2021. December 2011

2009 Enamore Perdriel

90 Points Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Black plum, blackberry, lemon zest and licorice are the key aromas on this Amarone-patterned blend from Argentina. The palate is concentrated, rich and lush, with grabby, soft tannins and sweet flavors of blackberry, brown sugar and caramel. Toasty and mild on the finish, with jammy thickness. November 2011

2009 Enamore Perdriel

91 Points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

Bright red-ruby. Liqueur-like dark raspberry, cassis, licorice and black pepper on the nose, plus an exotic whiff of fresh apricot. Distinctly sweet (8 g/l r.s.) but with excellent acidity giving the wine a surprising delicacy. Exotic and round, with terrific fruit intensity and a very long, seamless finish featuring sweet tannins. An excellent vintage for this extract-rich wine. March 2012

2009 Enamore Perdriel

93 Points The Independent Wine Review

Sublime, subtle and nuanced. Outstanding.

In the glass, this Allegrini + Renacer “Enamore” is a deep and intense bramble with scarlet flashes becoming more obvious towards the rim. A flare of vivid Malbec violet highlights the rim of the wine in the glass which develops into a luminescent aura when swirled. Considering that this Allegrini + Renacer “Enamore” is made with dried grapes, a technique which can easily yield up to 16.5% in alcohol in Verona due to the concentration of naturally occurring sugars that occurs, sizeable but not excessive legs show an alcohol content of 14.5%.

On the nose, blackberries, sweet black cherry, figs and a little raisin are present. Open and expressive, a waft of fleshy malbec plums also deepens this Allegrini + Renacer “Enamore’s” complex perfume.

In the mouth, cassis and boysenberry lead the way, with plums offering the palate of this Allegrini + Renacer “Enamore” a sleek underbody. Initially a little sweet (but not overly so), the flavour develops into a long and smooth finish, punctuated by lumps of hefty Bonarda fruit. The finish is dry with a lingering note of raisins. A rich and smooth wine without being overpowering, the beauty of this Allegrini + Renacer "Enamore" is that despite the inherent richness and strength of the flavours, the wine as a whole never comes across as overly heavy or blunt. Sublime, subtle, nuanced and smooth it’s excellence creeps up on you as it caresses the inside of your mouth.
September 2011

2006 Punto Final Malbec Reserva, Perdriel

93 Points Wine Spectator

Top Wines from Argentina Recommended by James Molesworth;
Big and flashy, but pulls it off, with crushed plum, braised fig, hoisin sauce, licorice snap and fruitcake notes.
December 2009

2006 Punto Final Malbec Reserva, Perdriel

91 Points Wine & Spirits Magazine

Under Champions of Value Section; A former partner in Viña San Pedro, Chilean Patricio Reich set out to change his career without leaving the wine business. So in 1999 he went to Mendoza to create Bodega Renacer, one of the first boutique wineries in Argentina. Renacer produces about 100,000 bottles, with a focus on malbec. The winery’s style has been molded by acclaimed Italian winemaker consultant, Alberto Antonini, with grapes sourced from Lujuán de Cuyo and Uco Valley. The reserve Punto Final is an affordable introduction to that style, with aromas and flavours of violets and cherries and a round, soft texture-bit enough for a rib eye. –P.T.

2006 Punto Final Malbec Reserva, Perdriel

Recommended Decanter Magazine

Complex, tea and ink notes. Medium-bodied, complex, clean and fresh. Ready now, with nicely balanced, savoury fruit. June 2010