Finca Flichman is a well-recognised Argentine wine-producing brand, due to its record for quality and innovation. It was first established in 1873 in Barrancas, Maipu, by Sami Flichman, a Jewish immigrant of Polish origin. He was a visionary pioneer, who planted vineyards on the dry and rocky bed of the Mendoza river. In 1910, the family business was given the name Finca Flichman.
The winery's international scope was reinforced in 1998 when it was purchased by Sogrape - a leading wine-producing company from Portugal owned by the Guedes family. A strategic plan was immediately implemented in order to develop, restore and expand the winery with the aid of the very latest in wine-making technology.
Thanks to the blend of all these factors, Finca Flichman has managed to create quality wines with unique personalities on a large scale, with an annual production of 24 million litres across its different brands.
Merlot, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignin