A brief history
Argentine viticulture is marked by the stories of European immigrants who came to these latitudes and left their mark on the culture of this part of South America forever. Our history has the same origin and an ending that is written every time someone drinks one of our wines.
Our father, Juan, arrived from Andalusia in the early 1950s to develop vine growing in Mendoza. From him we learned that work is always above recognition, that the land marks the compass of farming and that austerity is the highest virtue. It was in 2004 when together with my brother Nicolás we decided to go one step further and build a winery where we could make high-quality wines, with a great fascination for innovation. In April of that year we founded Las Perdices in the heart of our vineyard in Agrelo, the one where we grew up and learned to make wine for as long as we can remember.
We live in a kingdom that is made up of vines, family, and work. A beloved territory also inhabited by the partridges that inspired our name. Like us, these are birds that take root in dry and stony climates. Like us, partridges do not migrate but choose their home and make it their home based on effort.
Everything we learned during a life in the vineyard concludes not only with our wines, but also with those who drink them and let us share part of our history with them.