Estudio Garrido and Estudio Navarro Castex advised on the deal
Bodega Luigi Bosca | Familia Arizu, one of the oldest and most renowned wineries in Argentina, has received a significant strategic investment from the Latin American fund of L Catterton, the largest and most global consumer-focused private equity firm in the world.
Through its investment, L Catterton will partner with the Arizu family to support the global growth of the winery’s iconic brands and their long-term vision to expand into the most important international markets.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Established in 1901 by Leoncio Arizu, an immigrant from Basque Country, and the Bosca family of the Piedmont region of Italy, Bodega Luigi Bosca is a 117-year-old family-run Argentine winery renowned for creating remarkable wines that are the best expression of the Mendoza region’s style and culture. Over four generations, the Arizu family has gained worldwide recognition for its continuous innovation, unwavering spirit and perpetual quest to create outstanding wines. The winery has established itself as a leading maker in the Argentine premium wine category, with a strong and growing presence in major international markets. The winery’s Luigi Bosca label has won multiple international awards, and its wines have consistently received high ratings from recognized publications and critics.
Bodega Luigi Bosca will continue to be run and managed by the Arizu family, who have built and developed the prestige and preeminence the winery enjoys today.
Estudio Garrido advised L Catterton Gustavo Garrido (Picture), Raúl Granillo Ocampo (h), María Marta Cancio, Patricia Maccaferri, Francisco Ruiz Guiñazú, Mariángeles De Cesare and Guillermo Ferrín.
Estudio Navarro Castex advised Arizu Family with Alberto Navarro Castex and Eduardo Bonis
Estudio Pérez Catón advised Arizu Family with Álvaro Pérez Catón.
Involved fees earner: María Marta Cancio – Estudio Garrido; Mariángeles De Cesare – Estudio Garrido; Guillermo Ferrín – Estudio Garrido; Gustavo Garrido – Estudio Garrido; Raúl Granillo Ocampo (h) – Estudio Garrido; Patricia Maccaferri – Estudio Garrido; Francisco Ruiz Guiñazú – Estudio Garrido; Eduardo Bonis – Navarro Castex; Alberto Navarro Castex – Navarro Castex; Álvaro Pérez Catón – Pérez Catón;