Our first family vineyard is nestled at the base of the majestic Andes in Mendoza’s prestigious area called Los Chacayes at Uco Valley, situated at an altitude that ranges from 3,000 to 4,200 feet above sea level.
The mountains offer marked temperature variance between day and night, which sets the flavors and enhances the aromatic characteristics of our wines while the rocky composition of the terroir is critical to produce ultra-premium grapes since 2011. Using the highest standards in winemaking it was in 2020 when we decided to take our wines to the global market bringing a limited edition of the best taste so we can all celebrate memorable moments.
Influenced by the Andes Mountains, the climate in this region is continental, with hot, long summers and cold winters. The average annual temperature is approximately 15 °C. There are also harsh extremities in day and night temperatures, which is great for maintaining a good balance between sugar and acidity levels in grapes. The days are mostly sunny throughout the year, and it rains a little; however, the river's proximity guarantees adequate vineyard irrigation. The vineyards are located at 3,000 to 4,200 feet altitude. The soils are mainly composed of alluvial, sand, and claystone, suitable for quality viticulture and flavor intensification in wines.