Construction of the winery that almost a century later is known as Bodega Augusto Pulenta, begins in San Juan.
The family buys a piece of land. Palma gives birth to other children, brothers to Augusto.
The family moves to Angaco Sud in the San Martín District of the Province of San Juan, and continues working in the wine industry.
Angelo and Palmira pass away. Quinto takes responsibility for his brothers and continues developing the family business.
Augusto Pulenta marries Brígida Filomena Meglioli, and has three children: Aída, Mario Augusto and Ernesto.
The family business grows and the Peñaflor Company becomes a referent in the wine industry.
An earthquake hits San Juan, and most of the city must be rebuilt. The old winery owned by Don Augusto is one of the few buildings that survives the quake.
Augusto Pulenta dies. Mario Augusto continues with his father's wine business.
The old winery bought by Don Augusto is refurbished and equipped with state-of-the-art technology to produce fine wines.
The Winery begins production with the grapes from the family's vineyards "Doña Filomena" and "Las Rosas".
Launching of VALBONA varietal wines. The first bottles are exported and sales in the domestic market begin.
For its 100th anniversary, the winery launches AUGUSTO P., its signature wine.
Mario Augusto Pulenta and Ernesto E. Pulenta leave the Peñaflor company, continue with the vineyard business, and establish their own winery "Bodega Augusto Pulenta".
Augusto buys an old winery and uses it for special crushings.
Angelo A. Pulenta and Palma Carola Spinsanti come to Argentina from Camerano, Ancona, Italy, and establish their home in Mendoza.
Augusto and his brothers are born. The family works in local wineries and vineyards.