Rutini Wines, a lasting commitment to excellence and sustainability.
Having been founded 137 years ago, Rutini Wines is a leading winery on the Argentine viticultural scene, not just for their exceptional wines but also because they have always been at the forefront when it comes to implementing new methods and ideas, as well as their profound commitment to sustainability.
Susana Balbo Wines: A commitment to sustainability and protecting the environment, as well as their investment in promoting quality oenotourism through high end hospitality and cuisine have made the winery an industry leader.
Alejandro Vigil: the President of Wines of Argentina is calling for greater integration across the different sectors of the industry in response to the significant challenges that will be faced by wine industry this year.
B Wineries in Mendoza: The “B ecosystem” promotes companies that are evaluated for more than profitability, according to parameters that take into account the wellbeing of people, society and nature. Five Argentine wineries have received B certification.
Regenerative agriculture in Argentina: in order to ensure that future generations will continue to be able to grow vines and make wine, wineries in Argentina are increasingly choosing to implement sustainable practices and philosophies in the vineyards and obtaining prestigious certifications as well as excellent results.
Four Argentine wineries entered the prestigious global luxury wine trade network.
Organic vineyards from Argentina: the report documents the increase in the surface area of organic vineyards and certified wines produced to meet growing demand from consumers.
Franco Bastías: an interview with the agricultural engineer at Domaine Bousquet, the fourth winery and first outside of the United States to achieve prestigious certification in soil regeneration.
Daniela Mezzatesta: Head of Research, Development and Vineyard Sustainability at Terrazas de los Andes, tells us about her work and shares her thoughts on the role of women in the wine industry.
Argentine Fairtrade wine: 4000 certified hectares are under vine in Mendoza and La Rioja. Several small wineries and producers are meeting demand for these wines in overseas markets. The benefits and future challenges.