Situated in the southern part of the American continent, with a population of 40 million inhabitants and a territory four times the size of France, Argentina is one of the world's ecological reserves. It possesses natural wealth and remarkable landscapes, in which peaks live alongside plains, exuberant vegetation with total aridity, forests with steppes and glaciers with waterfalls.
Within that diversity of natural ecosystems, a series of regions highly suitable for vine development extend along the whole Andean region. The winemaking map of the country includes an enormous strip along the west of the territory, running north-south from 22º to 42º of latitude.
There is an area of over 228,575 hectares under vine in that area.
In this context, Argentina has developed a very unusual grape-growing culture over five centuries. The altitude, wide temperature range, local know-how and popular culture steeped in the wine-making tradition, mean that our wines have unique identity and quality.