Foster Lorca is in an Important Wine Region
The Foster Lorca winery is in Lujan de Cuyo’s Perdriel around 30 minutes away from Mendoza, in the region’s most important wine tourism areas. Enrique Foster works along with winemaker Mauricio Lorca to set up a state-of-the-art winery where all the production takes place. The main aim is to make Argentinian wines with great qualities and character that reflect the terroir of the region and are unavailable in other parts of the world. The winery proves that anything is possible with proper learning, effort, and ambition.
A Classical yet Modern Winery
The winery is built in a classic modern style surrounded by pretty gardens. An artist used local plantings and Andes Mountains as a backdrop to create the beautiful piece. The main grape here is Malbec, but Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Syrah, Petit Verdot, etc. are also grown here. The best grapes are picked and brought to the cellar for winemaking. The company makes red, white, rose, sparkling, and dessert wines.
Top-Class Winemaking Facilities
The winery has the latest technology and equipment needed for winemaking with stainless steel tanks, temperature-controlled systems, and ways to analyse each and every wine. French and American oak barrels are used for ageing the wines. There are systems in place for receiving and sorting grapes and bottling and packing the wines. The winery has obtained an ISO 22000 certification that proves their incredible production process and premium regional wines.