In mendoza exist nowadays a large community of native reservations. The Huarpes culture extends along the whole territory of Mendoza. Originally there were two parcialities that formed the total community: the Allentiac and Milcayac. Both maintained different dialects but were culturally close.
Today, the Huarpes native reservation still settled at the north-east of Mendoza territory. There are more than 11 communities keeping to inside the families the original type of organization.
Originally, they were agrarians and their main production was based on corns and quinoas. After 1450, they received the Incas influence. Even though the Huarpes never were part of the Incas empire, they received the Quechua influence as well as they extended the economical activity to the llama Ranching after the Incas arrived to the region.