Argentine viticulture is marked by the stories of European immigrants who arrived in these latitudes and forever left their mark on the culture of this part of South America. Our story has the same origin and an ending that is written every time someone drinks one of our wines.
In the early 1950s, Don Juan Munoz-Lopez arrived from Andalucia to farm grapevines. To him work is always more important than recognition and soil marks the rhythm of farm work. In 2004, his sons decided to build a winery to produce high-quality wines with great fascination for innovation. In April that same year, they founded Las Perdices in the heart of their vineyard in Agrelo where they grew up and learned how to make wine.
The winery holds a capacity of 1,200,000 litres in stainless steel tanks of various capacities in order to optimize processes and better distribute their finest products.