Skip to main content
Revana Alexana Corazon del Sol

Vision

The Vineyards of Corazon Del Sol are located in the center of the Uco Valley at the base of the Andes Mountains. This small region of Argentina is known for growing quality vines and producing the best wines in the country. Within the valley, the vineyards of Corazon del Sol are nestled in the Tunuyán department, in the district of Los Chacayes. Across our 17 acres we have planted a variety of Rhône and Bordeaux grapes including Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Mourvèdre. Each of our three vineyards are planted on different soil types, which allows us to explore the different textures and complexities imparted by each one.These soils give us low yields, but high flavor concentration. At 3,600 ft above sea level, the vines enjoy an almost extreme elevation that contributes a beautiful natural acidity to our complex, delicate wines. Rainfall between 250 and 300mm per year allows us to farm organically and results in optimal health in our vineyards.

Vineyard Blocks

Select Block:
Block 6

Block 6

Corazon del sol crafts captivating Malbec and Grenache-based wines that capture the best of Argentina’s high altitude terroir.

Block 13

Block 13

Corazon del sol crafts captivating Malbec and Grenache-based wines that capture the best of Argentina’s high altitude terroir.

Block 22

Block 22

Corazon del sol crafts captivating Malbec and Grenache-based wines that capture the best of Argentina’s high altitude terroir.

Sustainable Farming

Farmed completely by hand, we employ a variety of sustainable farming practices in Alexana’s Revana Estate Vineyard to promote soil health, encourage consistent and exceptional grapes, and ensure the longevity of our small vineyard.

 

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated pest management is a method of sustainable farming that uses an ecosystem-based strategy for the long-term prevention of pests through a combination of habitat manipulation and modified viticulture practices. Bluebird boxes, as well as raptor perches, are positioned throughout the vineyard to encourage natural predators to inhabit our land.

Cover Crops

In between the vine rows, each block of our estate vineyard receives a customized mix of legumes and grasses, selected to meet the specific needs of that section of our vineyard. These cover crops, such as winter rye, vetch, and fava beans, are raised until mid-May when we mow and cultivate them under the soil so they may biodegrade and replenish vital nutrients for our vines.

LIVE Certified

The LIVE acronym stands for Low Input Viticulture Enology and it supports environmentally and socially responsible wine growing through third-party certification and education. Their roots are in the Pacific Northwest and their standard is internationally accredited and recognized.

Learn More

LIVE Certified Logo

Salmon Safe

Salmon-Safe works with west coast farmers, developers, and other environmentally innovative landowners to reduce watershed impacts through rigorous third-party verified certification.

Learn more

Salmon Safe

Shop WinesWinemaking

Icon Email

Join our Mailing List

Become part of our dynamic wine community and receive updates, special offers, event invitations, and more!

Newsletter Signup

Leave this field blank: