Accordingly, we’ve adopted sustainable practices as to water management or packaging and developed programs that engage with our Andean community.
We contribute to preserve the Andes sacred water and pristine soils, by pioneering new irrigation techniques, such as precise drip irrigation, to save reduce up to 60% of our water consumption and applying breakthrough farming practices, to regenerate our soils and foster biodiversity. To grow together with our local community, we have developed 6 educational programs for mountain schools reaching 4,000 students per year.
Today, Terrazas de los Andes farms a breathtaking mosaic of 200+ high-altitude vine terraces, irrigated precisely with pristine glacier water. With Malbec in the spotlight, the wines are full-bodied but elegantly aromatic and bright.
The adventure continues: perennially curious and always exploring, Terrazas de los Andes believes that new wine frontiers are yet to be discovered.
Moet & Chandon arrives in Argentina
A longstanding history
‘El loco Francés’ arrives in Mendoza
1991 - 1995 A Years-long Quest
Terrazas de Los Andes is born
An Industry Milestone
The Drinks Business Green Awards
Hervé Birnie-Scott, within The Top 100 Winemakers In The World