Santa Julia is a clear example of the combination of unique style and diversity that can be found in the Mendocinian soils. From work in the vineyard to each one of the steps of elaboration, the Santa Julia Winery keeps an authentic commitment to sustainable production and the care of any detail that helps to obtain wines that conquer consumers around the world.
Bodega Santa Julia was created in honor of Julia Zuccardi, part of the third generation of leaders from the Zuccardi Family. The Santa Julia winery represents the family’s commitment to producing the highest quality wines through sustainable practices that protect the environment and uplift the local community. For Julia, and the Zuccardi Family, sustainability is not just about working in harmony with the environment, rather it is a comprehensive approach that supports the land, the farmers, and the overall health of the local community in terms of educational, physical, and financial health.
Bodega Santa Julia is the first winery in Argentina to achieve a Fair for Life certification.
Julia, alongside her grandmother, Emma, continue to enrich their local community by providing childcare and schooling for their employees’ children, adult education programs, access to computer labs, and health and fitness centers to sustain physical and mental health.
Sustainable practices include organic farming, compost production, bottling in lightweight glass, and solar power in the winery. With Santa Julia in your glass, you are assured to be drinking a high quality wine which respects the land, and supports the families who diligently tend to the vines.