Finca Ferrer, from the Freixenet group, presented its new line “Acordeón” made from hand-picked grapes.Argentina.- Finca Ferrer, a winery founded in Argentina by the Freixenet group in 2003 in Gualtallary, Tupungato, Valle de Uco, has launched the Acordeón line, which expresses the maximum complexity of wines produced at the foot of the Andes, produced from hand-picked grapes. , fermented in stainless steel tanks to capture aromas and flavors fruit trees typical for Chardonnay, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon varieties.
Don José Ferrer Sala, honorary president of the Freixenet group, was a pioneer by personally choosing the land on which the farm where they are produced is located today and whose name pays tribute to his family, which he appreciated for the particularity of the soil, proper drainage, hours of sunshine and altitude height (1313 meters above sea level) in the foothills of the Andes, a terroir that over time has become one of the most important in the country, in addition to being one of the most beautiful.
The Freixenet Group is still a completely family-owned company that celebrated its 100th anniversary. Since the mid-80s, it has been the world leader in all sparkling wines produced according to the traditional method, and around the same time, the company began its multinationalization, building bodegas in different regions of the world. Today there are 23 institutions in 7 countries spread over 3 continents.