A pioneering approach to creating the most
unique wine experience
In the foothills of the Andes, even the slightest variations have a major influence on viticulture conditions: fertility, temperature, water availability, organic flora, sedimentary compaction....
We have meticulously investigated the nature of our soils over two decades. As a result, the vines planted in each "micro-terroir" are particularly well-adapted to their environment. The result is the purest expression of each variety.
We believe in a daily commitment to attaining the utmost aromatic expression of each grape. This means carefully choosing the best period to harvest, handpicking the grapes, and sampling and tasting the fruit.
Then come the winemaker's patience and talent.
We have inherited our passion from the pioneers of French-influenced Argentinian winemaking, and brought together talent and enthusiasm in the service of excellence.
Each of us plays an essential role in ensuring the consistent style and quality of our wines.
« The story and the legacy of Terrazas de los Andes, founded by pioneers, embraced by the locals and crafted by the Andes began 3 decades ago, when we challenged the status quo to transform Argentinian wines and put them on the world wine map, as they deserved to be recognized as an authentic origin for great wines. »
Oenological Processes Operator
90% of our vineyards are drip irrigated, putting water consumption efficiency as an upmost priority.
100% of our wastewater is reused for agricultural purposes.
60 m2 (642.8 ft2) of solar panels have been installed, lowering our gas emission by 50%.
We recycle our cardboard, plastics, glass and organics.
We are the 1st South American winery to implement mechanised weed detector, enabling up to an 80% reduction in pesticide use.
Our winery has achieved ISO 14001 certification for environmental integrity.
We've created 6 educational programs, focusing on empowering low-income rural schools. Themes include fostering creativity, team work, and environmental care.
Every year, more than 15 schools and 1500 children participate in our programs.
We regularly collaborate with local associations such as AMEN (multiple sclerosis), CONIN (childhood nutrition), the Notti Children’s Hospital, and others. We also help provide clean drinking water to 150 disadvantaged families in Altamira.