Argentina's San Juan region is one of the country’s most important wine producing areas. Its land boasts a mountainous backdrop dotted with valleys and tracks, all under a mainly dry temperate climate. The winemaking oasis is bordered by the Tulum, Zonda, Pedernal, Ullum, Jachal and Valle Fertil Valleys. It holds over 46,000 hectares of vines located between 600 meters above sea level in the Tulum Valley to some 1,400 meters above sea level in the Pedernal Valley.
Finca Las Moras’ name originates in the blackberry trees present in the estates located in the three main valleys of San Juan (Tulum, Zonda and Pedernal). The fruits of these trees, the blackberries, are called “Moras” in Spanish. This is the symbol of our wines: fruit at its greatest expression.