Santa Ana

Establishing Santa Ana in 1974, Opi Sadler triumphed at the ‘Wines of Argentina,’ where he won the country’s prestigious “Best Malbec,” Trophy. Proving that wasn’t a one-off, he then won at the Decanter World Wine Awards in 2009. And finally, his reputation was sealed with a gold medal at London’s International Wine Challenge.

Santa Ana is watered by the melting snow from the Andes Mountains. The Cuyo region, including Mendoza and San Juan, has cold, dry weather during the winter, while its summer days are hot and sunny with pleasantly cool nights. This diurnal range leads to exceptional wines from single vineyards, including the emblematic La Mascota vineyard.

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