The estate is 60 hectares (or 145 acres), it’s located at 1.000 meters above sea level, and has an ideal climate and soil for a correct ripening of the grapes.

The winery is surrounded by vineyards of Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Torrontes, Chardonnay, Fiano, Pinot Noir and a few rows of Montepulciano and Petit Syrah. Plus, an amazing background: the Andes mountain range.

Caelum wines are 100% produced with estate grown grapes, and each parcel has a target: a specific label of the portfolio.

Vineyards are protected against hail (very common in Mendoza), and watered by a drip irrigation system for a more efficient use of water.


Within the 60 hectares, an important pistacho plantation has been growing since 1994. This was the family’s first project.

Pistachos are nuts which are commercialized in two versions: salted and un-salted. These are slightly dried and ready to consume.