"unique wines from micro terroirs"...
Unique wines with their own identity
Uco valley region
Located an hour’s drive south from the city of Mendoza, the region is home to the production of Argentina’s icon grape variety : Malbec. It shines in the Uco Valley, with a distinctive floral aroma.
It is considered part of the Mendoza region, but the Uco valley can be recognized in its own right on several counts. Among Uco’s merits is its higher-altitude location at the foot of the Andes Mountains; the valley´s (San Carlos , Tunuyan and Tupungato) altitudes of 2800 ft 3600 ft (1100m) average benefit from high daytime temperatures which drop to cool at night. This allows the grapes to produce balanced sugars and acidity while achieving phenolic ripeness. The dry continental climate brings little rain .Soils in the Uco Valley are alluvial and fairly uniform: a clay and rock base with a stony, sandy surface. These free-draining soils are excellent for quality viticulture as they stress the vines, leading to decreased vigor and lower yields, and consequently wines with a higher concentration of flavor
"each wine is "CREATED" in a certain sector with a special treatment... to obtain its OWN identity"
Single Vineyard: all our wines come from our vineyard, each one has a specialt reatment in the vine yard to achieve a different result, each has its own identity.
We work on Micro terroirs to obtain different wines and expressions, that we call identity.
We can assure quality and maintain it because we never buy grapes from others,