Viña Las Perdices
In 1952 Juan Muñoz López decided to leave his hometown Andalucia, in southern Spain, and he and his family emigrated to Mendoza, Argentina seeking new horizons. He couldn’t help but notice the partridges that roamed the land. A neighbor told him that these birds are often seen in groups of three. As the days passed, the partridges became Don Juan’s constant companions in his long workdays. Thus he decided to name his winery Partridge Vineyard: “Viña las Perdices”.
The winery today is a family operation created by Juan Muñoz López, his wife Rosario, his sons Nicolas and Carlos, and his daughter Estela.
Viña las Perdices is located in the foothills of the Andes Range at 1.030 m. (3.380 ft.) above sea level, in Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo; the first Argentine DOC zone.The grapes are sourced from two of their estate vineyards in Agrelo in Lujan de Cuyo and Barancas in Maipu.
Las Perdices is a small production winery and we are excited to present the fine wines from this Mendoza estate.
Don Juan Reserva