Sustainability has been part of Luigi Bosca’s philosophy since its origin, over 120 years ago.
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.
The character of a wine, i.e. what makes it peculiar and different from others, is closely linked to its terroir of origin.
Situated in a unique natural setting, at the foot of the Andes Mountain Range, Finca Los Nobles spreads across 50 hectares, blending perfectly into the landscape and respecting the original slopes of the terroir.
Historically, the prestige of great European wines has been the result of the place where grapes grow and are harvested, the exact location where art and science converge to give rise to a beverage unique in the world.
Malbec is Argentina’s emblem variety, the most extensively planted throughout the national territory, and the one that best adjusted to the different wine-producing regions across the country, where it gifts us with excellent beverages in every terroir.