All grapes are carefully selected from a small number of producers in the two prime zones of Mendoza: Luján de Cuyo and Uco Valley. These vineyards range from 10 to 60 years of age and are carefully managed to yield less than 9,000 pounds per acre.
These two regions have the oldest and highest quality vineyards, with elevation rising at 3.500 feet at the foothills of the Andes. These elevations guarantee long, bright, warm days followed by cool nights.
“All grapes are carefully selected from a small number of vineyards in the two prime zones of mendoza in luján de cuyo and valle de uco”
Vineyards management and wine-making are under the direct supervision of Pablo Durigutti, a young enologist who has spent all of his life absorbing the wine culture of his native region, joining his famous brother Hector for further training and to hone his enological skills.