La Morada de Los Andes
A vibrant culture for genuine people
Slow your pace down a gear or two to truly enjoy the life that opens before you as part of a vibrant growing community an incredible vineyard environment in Valle de Uco.
A Living Symphony
This rich cultural heritage, combined with stunning landscapes, abundant resources and attractive lifestyles at friendly prices, ensure that people return, generation after generation.
Rediscover time, tranquility and freedom atLa Morada de Los Andes
La Morada's 83 home sites, located on 1,010 acres of land, combine country life, custom-built homes and the freedom to indulge in a new upscale lifestyle in the heart of Los Arbolitos Vineyards. Each plot faces the vines, and also enjoys unlimited Andean mountain and Valle de Uco views.
Los Arbolitos Vineryards
Los Arbolitos is a 1,010-acre premium vineyard located in Valle de Uco,the best grape-growing region in Argentina and one of the world's greatest wine regions. La Morada homeowners can participate in wine-making atLa Ñusta proprietary vineyard at whatever level they choose,from picking grapes to making private-label wines with Los Arbolitos'grapes and our expertise.Come harvest with us and make your own wine with our premium grapes.
Andrés Rosberg is the president of the Argentine Sommelier Association, secretary of the Pan-American Sommelier Alliance, vice president (Americas) of ASI, consultant to many wineries on marketing, and is a lecturer and writer. Andrés has been a director of the Los Arbolitos Vineyard Trust since 2006.
Steve Rosberg is the founder and managing partner of Ushay (ushay.com) and Trustee of Los Arbolitos Vineyard Trust and organiser of La Morada de los Andes. He is an economist and has ample experience in finance and a past in banking and real asset management.
Real Estate Director
Martin runs Real Estate projectsfor Ushay. He is the founder and director of Fierro Hotel Buenos Aires.
Marcelo Canatella, agricultural engineer, has been responsible for planting and caring for Los Arbolitos Vineyards since its inception. Marcelo was in charge of planting the vineyards at neighboring Clos de los Siete for 10 years, and currently oversees Michel Rolland's private vineyards, from where he sources grapes for Val de Flores.