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BACKGROUND

The Bertona family arrived and developed in Argentina when Mr. Emilio Angelo came to Mendoza in 1896.

 

Today, new generations of the family who was from the Italian Piedmont, form Viña Santa Elena S.A directory.


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  OUR GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION  


They are situated in South America, Argentine, Mendoza Province
Latitude: 32º 52” South  - Lenght:
68º 51” West
 

  FIND OUR WINES  


INDUS 294 Cabernet SauvignonINDUS 294 ChardonnayINDUS 294 Malbec


VISIT MENDOZA

Visit Mendoza

With a cultivated land that occupies the 70% of the national vineyards, Mendoza is the most important viticultural centre in Latin America.
The main varieties that are cultivated in Mendoza to make wines are: Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Syrah, Barbera, Riesling, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin, Ugni Blanc, Semillón and many more. Not only wine is exported but also table grapes, grape raisins and grape juices.

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VARIETIES OF RED AND WHITE GRAPES

Varieties of Red and White Grapes

One of the big differences between some wines and others is the grapes that are been used to elaborate them due to the fact that the majority of the wine flavours and tastes are generated in the peels of the grapes. Next, you will find information about the main varieties of red and white grapes.

Varieties of Red Grapes Varieties of red wines  |  Varieties of White Grapes White grapes


WINE AND HEALTH

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The moderated consuming of wine and its good effect in health is possibly a known phrase. Many investigations of doctors and nutritionist experts of international level have tested it.

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Vi�a Santa Elena S.A. (C) 2009
457 Ugarte St / Zip 5505 / La Puntilla / Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina / Phone: +54 (261) 4997044 � mail: info@bodegasantaelena.com.ar
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