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altamira - Valle de Uco

Paraje Altamira is a beautiful valley located in the south-western area of Uco Valley at 1.100 meters above sea level next to the Andes mountains. The soil is the alluvial, stony sandy-loam origin, allowing to produce grapes of exceptional quality and great varietal typicity.

The climate is mild in summer with cold nights and cold winters with frequent frosts and snowfalls. The average annual rainfall is 180 mm.

 

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Perdriel - Lujan de cuyo

Perdriel is located in the west of Lujan de Cuyo at the foot of the Andes mountains at 1.050 meters above sea level. The soil of alluvial origin is sandy silt loam with the presence of stones at different depths, which favors good drainage. These conditions allow the optimal development of the vineyards.

The average annual rainfall is 230 mm, summers range from warm to hot, with cool nights, while winters are cold with occasional snowfall.


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Mayor Drummond - Luján de Cuyo

It is located in Mayor Drummond, Luján de Cuyo, at 950 meters above sea level. It has a sandy and calcareous loam soil of alluvial origin, with good drainage. The climate is cold in winter and temperate in summer, with a temperature range of 15 ° C between day and night, which allows us to have optimal maturity. The average annual rainfall is 200 mm.

We have 4 plots with drip irrigation and the rest with surface irrigation. Here are 11 hectares of Malbec mass selection planted in 1928; 2 hectares of Petit Verdot (both varieties are trellised) and a small vineyard of Tempranillo.

 

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