THE VINEYARDS

18 Viñedos

We are convinced that good wines begin in the vineyard, so we work with exclusive personal dedication and technology.

Grapes come from selected vineyards located at Uco Valley (La Consulta), Lujan de Cuyo and Medrano, with altitudes between 650 and 1,100 meters above sea level. The marked temperature range observed in the dry summers, with hot days and cool nights, favors the production of wines with intense flavors, great concentration of color, mature tannins and optimum sanity.

The soils are of alluvial origin and irrigation is conducted in the traditional way through canals that distribute the water on the surface or through the pressurized drip irrigation system. The water comes from the Los Andes snow melting.

The collection of grapes is manual in order to conserve the integrity of them, selecting only the clusters that are in perfect sanity state and putting them in plastic boxes of 15 kg.

Grapes of the same variety but from different areas are vinified separately. The final blend is determine after several tastings, We work under this concept because each area has its own characteristics and our philosophy is to make wines of great concentration, soft tannins and good fruit, which is achieved by combining the best attributes that gives each area.

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La Consulta, San Carlos, Mendoza (Uco Valley)

​​Located at 1,060 mt above sea level, with an average temperature of 14°C. The high temperature range in the area, and being higher than the rest of the other sub-regions, wines from the Uco Valley have a very intense color, a particular elegance and floral aromas

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Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza

It is at 900 mt above sea level, with an average annual temperature of only 15°C, which allows to obtein elegant wines with more body, a high natural acidity, and more intense colors.

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Medrano, Junín

​​It is located at 700 mt above sea level, with a temperate climate that allows a perfect ripening for most of cultivated varieties.It has a high temperatura range. The floors are from wind, sandy loam and sandy silt, rich in potassium.