Bodegas Calle

Bodega Calle is a small-lot, gravity-flow, wine studio located in the prized viticultural area of Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina. Both a house and winery, Alberti 154 is the street address for this tiny, off the beaten path, well-kept secret. Ca' de Calle is Spanish for "House of Calle," named in honor of the winery founder, the late Ms. Elvira Calle, a famous businesswoman who owned the most important newspaper in Mendoza and ended her life as a prominent philanthropist. The winery concentrates on varietal wines and premium red blends sourced from the viticultural areas where each varietal in question grows best. All wines are hand harvested and are made with the use of gravity - never pumped - allowing the wines of Bodega Calle to be notably soft and silky.