Alta Vista is an Argentinean winery from the d´Aulan family , who also owns Château Dereszla – Tokaj (Hungary) as well as being a shareholder in Champagne Taittinger (France).
In 1997, upon establishing a production facility in Argentina, the d´Aulan family bought an historic winery typical of Mendoza, built in 1890, and started work on its renovation, adapting it to meet functional and technological needs whilst respecting its historic tradition at all times. The winery launched its wines onto the market, and they were quickly accepted by the wine-drinking public, the brand very quickly becoming well-known.
The Expertise and passion of the team, is reflected in a fusion of French and Argentine cultures.
The winery’s basic value is a belief in the quality of the raw material: the grapes. The winery manufactures using grapes from its own vineyards; more specifically, from 5 different estates in Mendoza (2 in Valle de Uco and 3 in Luján de Cuyo), where the winery is also located. In addition, the winery has a long term lease of a vineyard located in Cafayate, Salta, from where come the grapes to make Torrontés.
Alta Vista’s philosophy of pleasure, and its production methods, are those usually used in making French “grands crus,” but adapted to the performance and individual characteristics of the Argentine soil, vines and climate.
Practices Not Organic, not Biodynamic, not in conversion
Certification Yes for all
Winerie's total production (litres): 1.500.000
Vineyard's total production 17.000
Wine's total production (litres): 1.500.000
- ISO 9.001
- ISO 22.000
- GLOBAL GAP
- FAIR TRADE
Anual exportations 6.000.000
- ESTADOS UNIDOS
- COREA DEL SUR