In 1916, French winemakers planted this vineyard in Chacras de Coria.
Today, we care for it in an artisanal way – horses plow the soil, pruners tie branches with natural materials. From the high Andes mountains, these vines are watered with the highest quality of water.
We harvest enough grapes each season to make approximately 5,000 bottles of Malbec. These grapes are a living material that we respect, care for and anxiously watch grow.
Here, we do it all by hand in the old-fashioned way, with love for nature, and respect for the environment and the traditions we’ve inherited.
Making wine is not a job. It’s a lifestyle. Wine is born in the vineyards. Once it’s in the cellar, I believe wine should reach its potential with minimal intervention. The goal is a wine that’s elegant and unique, a wine that celebrates the spirit and style of Finca Adalgisa.