When it comes to Argentina, the first wine region that comes to mind is Mendoza. The Mendoza region is the largest and most important wine region in Argentina, with more than 395,000 acres of grapes grown, accounting for more than two-thirds of Argentina's total wine production.
VALLE DEL INDIO Winery Located in Lujan De Cuyo, Mendoza, the core wine region of Argentina, this region is the cradle of Argentine fine wines. The winery is located at an altitude of more than 1,000 meters, with dry air and long vines. It is brewed with melted water from snowy mountains and stored in custom-made French oak barrels. The winery has a long history, first started by Italian families who emigrated to Argentina, and has a history of more than 200 years. Through generations to generations, the process has been precipitated and carried forward. The grapes used in the winemaking are hand-picked. After the winery is selected one by one, it is fermented separately. The fermented wines are aged in specially-made oak barrels for 18 months, and then different wines are blended. The blended wines still need to be matured in these oak barrels for more than 6 months. After bottling, it needs to be matured for at least 18 months. The appropriate alcohol level, rich and seductive taste, and the characteristics that are not easy to get on, have made more and more guests hooked on AKILA. The winery now focuses on Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Chiras.