Bodega Nieto Senetiner is a leader in taking a comprehensive approach to sustainability and corporate social responsibility. From regenerating the soil to reducing the use of pesticides and community commitment, the winery has a clear vision of its sustainable business model and links with its local community.
Located in Perdriel, Luján de Cuyo, the heart of a storied region of Mendoza where some of the best Argentine wines are made, Bodega Mauricio Lorca Autor de Vinos is taking the lead in the fields of sustainability, innovation and the ongoing quest for world-class excellence.
At the Sustenta-Vitis Forum, the first conference on sustainability in the Argentine wine industry organized by WofA, specialists from different parts of the world came to the country, touring wineries and sharing their views on national viticulture.
Marcelo Miras is a prestigious oenologist with a long history in the Alto Valle de Río Negro. After doing important work at major wineries such as Humberto Canale and Bodega del Fin del Mundo, Miras settled in Mainqué, in a vineyard that dates back to 1958, to found his own winery, Bodega Miras, where environmental awareness is of primary importance.
Bodega 3SAPAS is committed to making the planet a better place and as part of their plan present the program One bottle=One tree, together with the NGOs: Un Árbol, Trees for Future and One Tree Planted. As part of its quest to improve the environment, for each bottle sold, 3SAPAS will plant a native tree in areas threatened by deforestation and degraded ecosystems.
Winery waste and treatment: what Argentine winemakers are doing to improve their handling of winery waste. At the vineyard and during the wine production process, waste is generated that enterprises are trying to re-use or recycle to reduce their negative impact on the environment.
Wineries certified in sustainability through a comprehensive program run to encourage sustainability in the Argentine wine industry overseen by Sustenta-Vitis and supported by AL-INVEST Verde with financing from the European Union.
Sustainable viticulture. By implementing a series of measures both large and small, along with a range of protocols and certifications, the country has made major progress. Argentine wine is looking to the future.