Solo Contigo was thought from the beginning by Terry and Noel Neelands. The story of Solo Contigo begins in 2008, when Terry and Noel set out on their trip to Argentina, immediately falling in love with the lands of the Uco Valley in Mendoza. The following year they decided to acquire a property in Los Chacayes, Tunuyán, where they planted their first own vines, 9,000 kilometers from their home in Toronto. Later in 2014, with the help of the prestigious architecture studio Bórmida y Yanzón, they embarked on the project of their own winery.
The winery has 4.5 hectares of its own vineyards, a production capacity of 120,000 liters in stainless steel tanks, concrete basins and new oak barrels.
“In the past, when wineries were started in colonial times, the winery was a part of the house. Later, in the 19th century, in the Industrial stage, the wineries began to be larger and were architecturally separated from the house. The Neelands wanted the same thing, to have a winery that would feel like part of their private life when they are here ”- ELIANA BÓRMIDA
The winery has 3 lines that have been commercially available since its inception and that present different styles of wines and complexity.
The eye-catching labels were conceived and designed by Estudio Boyd, both conceptually and in design and illustrations, inspired by the personality of the Neelands couple, owners of Solo Contigo.