Anne Bousquet grew up in a winegrowing family in Southwest France. Breaking with three generations of winemaking tradition, Bousquet opted to pursue a bachelor’s and master’s degree in economics instead. A successful career as an economist specializing in the paper packaging industry ensued. Anne, her husband Labid Al Ameri accompanied by their daughter Eva moved from Brussels to tiny Tupungato in 2009 to manage Domaine Bousquet, the winery they co-founded with her father Jean in the late 1990s. In 25 years, Domaine Bousquet has morphed from a pioneer’s dream in virgin territory into a thriving concern with 170 full-time employees and wines sold in more than 50 countries. Domaine Bousquet today is the #1 organic and biodynamic winery in Argentina. Anne and Labid are now based in Miami, to focus on developing their most important market, the U.S., and have set up their own import company. Today Bousquet splits her time between running Origin Organic Imports in Miami and Domaine Bousquet in the Uco Valley.