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Abito roots & grapes: understanding vineyard Bautem’s terroir.

Understanding our vineyard’s unique terroir is essential to fully appreciating our wine’s distinct characteristics. By sharing the story of our terroir, we aim to create a deeper connection between the consumer and our wines. We do this through various channels using marketing materials, educational events, and tasting experiences to showcase how factors like soil composition, climate, and altitude influence the flavors and aromas of our wines. 

Preserving and protecting the integrity of our terroir is a top priority for us. We implement sustainable farming practices such as organic and biodynamic methods, minimizing the use of chemicals and promoting biodiversity throughout our vineyards. Additionally, we invest in soil conservation measures to prevent erosion and maintain soil health for future generations. We also have the first solar panel park in the Maipu region, which provides energy for irrigation across the vineyard. When not in use, this energy is then transferred to the Network, which provides sustainable energy to our surrounding neighbors. By prioritizing sustainability, we ensure that our terroir remains vibrant and productive for years to come. 

Handling challenges such as weather fluctuations, pests, and environmental factors also requires proactive management strategies. We invest in advanced weather monitoring systems to anticipate and mitigate the impact of adverse weather conditions on our vineyards. Additionally, we implement integrated pest management practices to minimize the use of pesticides while still effectively controlling pests. By staying vigilant and adaptable, we can address challenges as they arise and protect the quality of our grapes and wines. There are some factors that we cannot control, but we are the type of company that invests in the forefront, making proactive decisions to avoid corrective solutions.

-Interview with Sebastian Mayo-

Co-founder & Commercial Director


  Part 1

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