Las Perdices

Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina

Viña Las Perdices is located in the beautiful foothills of the Andes Mountains Range in Mendoza. Inspired by the strong work ethic of their father, Juan Muñoz López, brothers Carlos and Nicolás expanded the family business to add a winery to their vineyard in 2004.

Las Perdices, Mendoza, Argentina
History of Las Perdices

The winery is a family operation created by Juan Muñoz López, his wife Rosario, his sons Nicolas and Carlos, and his daughter Estela.

In 1952, Juan Muñoz López decided to leave his hometown of Andalucia, in southern Spain, and he and his family emigrated to Mendoza, Argentina, seeking new horizons.

Their shared passion for terroir and for growing high-quality grapes, and the challenge of making fine wine from their own vineyards motivated them to create a winery in this tradition.

Geograpy, Climate, Soils

Viña Las Perdices is located in the foothills of the Andes Range at 3,380 ft. (1,030m) above sea level, in Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo; the first Argentine DOC zone.

The winery has two vineyards: Agrelo and Barrancas. All grapes are grown on trellis systems. Each vineyard is located in a warm climate desert region, characterized by well-defined winters and high solar radiation.

There is remarkable daily thermal amplitude, with warm days and cold nights. The low annual rainfall has a mean value lower than 10 inches (250mm) per year.

The soil is alluvial origin, loam-lime, medium depth, and supported by a layer of gravel. Grapes are manually harvested and done with special care to preserve the grapes quality and integrity.

How to Get Las Perdices Wines

Contact JC Import Co.