1920 - Angelo Fallabrino arrived with his family at the city of Montevideo running away from war. Native of Alessandria in the Italian Piedmont, Angelo know how to make great wines and he founded one of the largest winery in Uruguay.
His son Alejandro follows his steps, a brilliant guy Alejandro was one of the most innovative person in the Uruguayan wine industry in the 70s and 80s. Unfortunately in 1991 Alejandro died and in 1995 Angelo died.
In 1995 Pablo, one of the three Alejandro's sons, got in charge of Viñedo de los Vientos vineyard, it were only a vineyard when Pablo arrived.
In 1997 he decided to start his own winery, and to archive it, he brought State of the Art equipment for the winery from Italy.
March 1998 was the first vintage, three year took to Pablo fine tuning his winemaking skills and see what he wanted produce, with a new version of winemaking he developed an amazing range of differen wines, always looking to create for something unique and special.