In recent times, white wines have experienced a remarkable advance in their presence on the shelves and tables of Argentina.
The art of viticulture is intertwined with the subtleties of climate in dimensions beyond one’s imagination.
As the days progress, we approach the most special time of the year: the grape harvest, marking the end of a challenging twelve-month cycle in vine cultivation.
Among the Argentine culinary traditions, there is one that stands out to such an extent that it has made our cuisine famous around the world: the barbecue, or asado, the excuse that calls all our senses to gather around the fire, with friends and family.
Olive trees and vines dominate the landscape of Finca El Paraíso, our largest and oldest estate, located in Maipú.
Finca El Paraíso turns green to welcome visitors to a close encounter with the world of wine through history, culture and nature.
Thanks to its ability to adapt to the different terroirs across the world, Cabernet Sauvignon produces very different wines that are distinguished by their character, quality and peculiarity.
The winemaking industry is inseparable from the soil, the climate and geography of the terroir in which the vineyards grow and develop their fruits.