WINERY

WINERY

EQUIPPED WITH CUTTING-EDGE ITALIAN TECHNOLOGY

With 550,000 liters of capacity in stainless steel tanks and 1,280,000 liters of underground tanks sealed with epoxy cement. All of the tanks are temperature-controlled by computer.

EQUIPPED WITH CUTTING-EDGE ITALIAN TECHNOLOGY

With 550,000 liters of capacity in stainless steel tanks and 1,280,000 liters of underground tanks sealed with epoxy cement. All of the tanks are temperature-controlled by computer.

WE OBSERVE THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF QUALITY

We carefully track our wines through each step of the production process, from vineyard to bottle.

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WE OBSERVE THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF QUALITY

We carefully track our wines through each step of the production process, from vineyard to bottle.

VINEYARDS

VINEYARDS

AT THE FOOT HILLS OF THE ANDES

The vineyards of Renacer are located in Perdriel, a unique zone of Mendoza, Argentina, where Malbec finds its best expression as a result of the outstanding characteristics of the climate, elevation, soil and water.

AT THE FOOT HILLS OF THE ANDES

The vineyards of Renacer are located in Perdriel, a unique zone of Mendoza, Argentina, where Malbec finds its best expression as a result of the outstanding characteristics of the climate, elevation, soil and water.

PRECISION WORK IN OUR OWN VINEYARDS AND WITH PREMIUM LOCAL PRODUCERS

Renacer owns 30 hectares of vineyards, some more than 70 years old, planted with Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, producing less than eight tons per hectare. The brightness of the Mendoza skies is comparable to that of other great wine-producing regions, such as Napa Valley and Tuscany. To take advantage of the expressions that exist in the various terroirs of Mendoza, we work with the best local producers from the two most renowned areas: the Uco Valley and Luján de Cuyo.

PRECISION WORK IN OUR OWN VINEYARDS AND WITH PREMIUM LOCAL PRODUCERS

Renacer owns 30 hectares of vineyards, some more than 70 years old, planted with Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, producing less than eight tons per hectare. The brightness of the Mendoza skies is comparable to that of other great wine-producing regions, such as Napa Valley and Tuscany. To take advantage of the expressions that exist in the various terroirs of Mendoza, we work with the best local producers from the two most renowned areas: the Uco Valley and Luján de Cuyo.

OUR GRAPES

The vineyards are irrigated with water from the Andean snow melt. This pure, crystal-clear water, combined with the properties of each terroir, result in small grapes of excellent quality with a high fruit concentration.

OUR GRAPES

The vineyards are irrigated with water from the Andean snow melt. This pure, crystal-clear water, combined with the properties of each terroir, result in small grapes of excellent quality with a high fruit concentration.

PRECISION VITICULTURE

Through trial and error over hundreds of years, French producers recognized that certain specific areas within a vineyard produce grapes of better quality than others.
Wines produced using the same type of grapes, grown in the same region, using identical growing procedures, harvested at the same time and transformed into wine in exactly the same way can end up being completely different.

PRECISION VITICULTURE

TThrough trial and error over hundreds of years, French producers recognized that certain specific areas within a vineyard produce grapes of better quality than others.
Wines produced using the same type of grapes, grown in the same region, using identical growing procedures, harvested at the same time and transformed into wine in exactly the same way can end up being completely different.

As a result of natural geological processes, the properties of the soil can vary laterally across distances as small as a few meters.
Recognition of these small-scale variations within a vineyard or portion thereof can result in wines that better reflect the terroir.

As a result of natural geological processes, the properties of the soil can vary laterally across distances as small as a few meters.
Recognition of these small-scale variations within a vineyard or portion thereof can result in wines that better reflect the terroir..

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