With its high altitude vineyards, dry and torrid climate during the day and deep coolness at night, the Tupungato Valley region is famous for producing a world class Malbec. With a broad appeal but also a strong sense of place, our Cuvée Terroir reveals both intense fruit and an excellent concentration, with attractive perfumes of red berries, violets and tobacco. Its structure, marked by silky tannins and a long finish, is enhanced through a 6-month stay in French oak barrels. Our wine can be enjoyed immediately, with a nice dinner or on its own, and it also has at least 4 years of aging potential.
Tupungato Valley starts in the Andes at an altitude of more than 3 900 feet. Thanks to the combination of a hot and dry climate during the day and a great coolness at night, it produces a Malbec of world-class quality. Vinified as a rosé, this 100% Malbec wine develops intense fragrances of redcurrant and grapefruit, accompanied by some spice notes and a clean, dry finish. Served at a temperature between 11 and 14 degrees Celcius, it will either be enjoyed on its own or paired with a fresh vegetables risotto, cured meats, barbecued chicken or grilled fish.
Cuvée Terroir White
With vineyards at a staggering 7000ft-altitude, with a dry and torrid climate during the day and deep coolness at night, the Calchaquí Valley in the Cafayate region, Salta Province, is the ideal place to grow world class Torrontés. With a broad appeal but also a strong sense of place, our Terroir Torrontés reveals both intense fruit and an excellent concentration. Highly aromatic, exuberantly floral and yet refreshingly dry, this wine will be best enjoyed in its youth: either by itself or as a wonderful partner with smoked fish, mild to medium-strong cheeses, seafood and poultry. It also goes beautifully with Mediterranean, Asian and Latin-American cuisines, being a particularly great match for spicier dishes.