Located in the Vistalba district of Lujan de Cuyo, 20 km from the city of Mendoza at approximately 1050 m above sea level. The vineyard consists of 28.5 hectares of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon planted on a shallow surface layer of sandy loam over a base of rounded stones typical of Mendoza’s alluvial soils.
Our wines are made with fruit from our own vineyards, located in the best terroirs in the Argentine provinces of Mendoza and Salta, which is well-known for its outstanding Torrontés.
Shallow surface layer of sandy loam over a base of rounded stones typical of Mendoza’s alluvial soils.
1050 m above sea level.
Parral with irrigation by furrow or traditional, planted in 1974.
Low back with drip irrigation.
Low shale with irrigation by furrow, planted in 1910.
Malbec y Cabernet Sauvignon.