The vastness of our territory allows for the existence of different agro-ecological factors that act on the vines in the growing areas. These factors include the altitude, the terrain, the soil, the precipitation rates, the average temperatures and the irrigation. At the moment, this conjunction of regions extends preferably in areas along the foothills of the Andes Mountains.
A large fraction of the Argentine territory is suitable for growing grapes. It lies at the foothills of the mountain range from 22 to 42 degrees south of latitude. The different altitudes and latitudes determine the remarkable ecological changes which allow the cultivation of most wine grape varieties widespread in the world.
In general, all the Argentine wine regions are characterized as being located in temperate, dry areas with little rain, and low relative humidity, which leads to the harvest of healthy grapes. These characteristics are then translated into an expression in the variety wines of excellent quality.
Each productive oasis presents unique characteristics that allow the diversification of the various wine areas. These are integrated by sub regions, with notable similarities or remarkable agro-ecological differences.