Every wine has a story, but many are forgotten fast or shall never be mentioned. This one stuck. Human nature is intrinsically curious. From childhood on we are driven by one question: why? We are driven to the point that we seek to explain the unexplainable, going as far as placing huge mirrors in the universe to look even deeper into the dark. One of these mirrors is called the Hubble telescope, and is best accessed from an observatory on top of the Andes Cordilleras named Tololo. Famous for its uniquely crisp and clear, unpolluted night skies, here at the grand junction between man, curiosity and the surrounding universe, here at the Earth’s opposite side of Lhasa, the Himalaya’s spiritual center where tales of indigenous people report of similar powers, no grapes are grown, here is where ideas are brewing. And as every wine is not only the result of nature’s own doing but also an expression of man’s confrontation with nature, Tololo stands for exactly this: CURIOSITY.