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Jacques & François Lurton started producing wine in Argentina in 1992 and now have extensive holding in the Mendoza region, which is where 90% of quality wine is produced. Mendoza is situated on a plateau in the foothills of the Andes and ranges in altitude from around 450 metres to 1200 metres above sea level. Chardonnay grapes are grown at the higher altitudes, as the temperature is cooler which consequently lengthens the ripening process.
The Lurton brothers now produce wine from all over the world and Santa Celina is one of their most successful ventures, with winemaker Olivier Ruhard producing a range of distinctive high-quality wines.