Pedro is a singer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, producer, and one of Latin America’s leading exponents of folk, rock and pop.
Aged just 18, he founded Serú Girán, together with Charly García, David Lebon and Oscar Moro, a benchmark of rock for generations to come.
Pedro was also a member of the Pat Metheny Group, one of the world’s most respected jazz lineups, with whom he won three Grammy awards.
He has composed original music for ten films, reaping various awards in the process. In 1993 he embarked on a glittering solo career, releasing 17 albums and winning seven Gardel prizes.
As a poet he has had two books published and sees wine as “liquid poetry”, the most noble of drinks. He has become so involved in the Abremundos project that he has studied to be a sommelier at Argentina’s prestigious CAVE: the Argentine Centre of Wines and Spirits.
A wine expert from Mendoza, Marcelo was forever clambering up and down the vines his immigré grandfather kept at home. Together they produced a foot-pressed wine.
Now at the head of the Monteviejo Winery and Michel Rolland’s right hand man, Marcelo is the first Argentine winemaker to be awarded 100 points by Robert Parker’s “The Wine Advocate”, for his wine Chateau La Violette 2010 produced in Pomerol, France.
Also a lover of music, the guitar is Marcelo’s other great passion in life.