Established in 1997, Doña Paula is made up of a team of innovative professionals who are passionate detail-lovers when it comes to taking care of the vineyards.

The vignerons of Doña Paula work with absolute respect for grape varieties and their characteristics; noting differences in each region and guided by the idea that an excellent wine is nothing but the most faithful expression of the vineyard from its origin.

Doña Paula is considered to be an estate winery as 100% of the grapes used to produce its wines come from its own vineyards. Taking care of every detail in those vineyards ensures that the winery will obtain consistent quality and a unique style that reflects the purest expression of the grapes.

The vineyard’s innovative spirit is reflected in its constant and detailed search for different terroirs to elaborate high quality wines. The winery owns estates in the best winegrowing regions of Argentina, with varied soil, altitude and climate conditions.

Continuous innovation is an ongoing process in the vineyard. Doña Paula is one of the only estates in Argentina that plants bush vines in the rocky soil of Alluvia estate to treat each plant as an individual and obtain a naturally low yield.

Martín Kaiser, Doña Paula’s Head Viticulturist and Head R&D, has led an exhaustive study on the influence of soil and climate on Malbec. Grapes from different regions of Argentina have been vinified with the purpose of determining how temperature and soil variations may affect Malbec aromas and flavours.

Doña Paula Wines

Los Cardos – a line of fresh, fruit-forward wines, all produced from Doña Paula estate-grown grapes.

Doña Paula Estate – terroir-driven wines that are noted for their intense flavor, full body, and complexity.

Doña Paula Sauvage Blanc – the first 100% Sauvignon Blanc sparkling wine of Argentina.

Doña Paula 1100 – a blend of the best varieties that grow in Los Indios estate, located in Altamira, Uco Valley, at 1100 meters above sea level.

Doña Paula Selección de Bodega Malbec – a Malbec sourced from three regions (Gualtallary, Altamira and Ugarteche) that clearly reflects our winemaker’s expertise.

Doña Paula Parcel – wines made of selected vines from our best parcels from El Alto, Alluvia and Los Indios. This range transmits the ultimate expression of terroir.

To learn more about Doña Paula, please visit: donapaula.com, or via Facebook: facebook.com/donapaulawines and Twitter: @donapaulawines.

Written by Decanter