Four professionals, Jeff Mausbach, Alejandro Sejanovich, Professor Jason Mabbett and Duncan Killiner, considered to be among South America's leading wine experts, united by an ambitious project. Thus was born the Manos Negras winery. Let's start with the curious name, which derives from the firm conviction that true oenologists are those who roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty. And so the Manos Negras project, although based on profound knowledge and important skills, wants to propose artisanal labels. Real wines, expressive of the lands where they were born, and generous in offering themselves in every way. They range from Argentinean productions, with Pinot Noir, but above all Malbec and Torrontés, to arrive, across the border, in Chile, for Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc and above all Carménère. Always prudent agronomic choices, respectful of the environment and biodiversity. The result? Simply excellent!