Mendoza is made up of five large winemaking regions: North, East, Centre, South and Uco Valley (Valle de Uco).
Each region has a very different terroir, each with its own altitude and soil characteristics. These terroirs, coupled with Mendoza’s long, dry and mild autumn, enable wine producers and oenologists to harvest according to their preferred level of grape ripeness, without being restricted by the weather.
Fabre Montmayou vineyards are located in the best grape growing areas in Mendoza. The winery is located in Luján de Cuyo, 18 Km South of Mendoza city at the foothills of the Andes mountains, at 1.150 m of altitude and is surrounded by the first vines bought by Hervé J. Fabre, 15 hectares of old Malbec vineyards that were planted in 1908.