TRIVENTO means three winds. The Polar, Zonda and Sudestada winds blow across the sunny and arid land of Mendoza.

Trivento’s principal vineyards are located in the Mendoza, Argentina – a wine region that exemplifies the advantages of high-altitude viticulture. Their vineyards count on the beneficial effects of the three seasonal winds for which Trivento is named. The icy Polar wind in winter forces sap deep within the vines. It is succeeded by the Zonda, which races in from the Andes, its warmth rousing dormant sap to generate new spring growth. In the summer months a third wind, the Sudestada, provides a welcome respite from the searing sun and helps to temper ripening. A true variety exists in their vineyards and soils, providing unique characteristics to their wines. At every level, Trivento are designed to provide the wine lover with superb value and an authentic expression of the world-class potential of Argentinean winemaking and terroir.


Three winds leave their mark in Trivento and bestow exceptional qualities for winegrowing on the Mendozan terroir.

Amado Sur

Grown on the foothills of the Andes, these blends are ultimately becoming the most symbolic varietals of Argentina.

Golden Reserve

These wines are considered to be Mendoza’s best kept treasure. Known for their superior terroirs and quality, these wines are truly beautiful expressions of their appellations.


Named after the Keeper of the Winds, Eolo’s grapes are grown at a coveted altitude, producing the finest quality Malbec grapes for this fine wine.

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