When you think of cutting-edge and organic wines do you think of Argentina? Argentina is one of the few continental viticultural areas in the world with the majority of vineyards planted at high altitudes with vineyards stretching across more than 2,000 kilometres. Altitude helps to give wines a distinctive character by serving as a temperature regulator for grape growing. Under stress, grapevines adapt and produce more complex fruit. From solar radiation to a thinner atmosphere, high-altitude vines help to produce wines with elegance and finesse.