Valle de Uco, Tupungato, Mendoza, Argentina.
It is characterized for being a region of temperate and dry climate, with rigorous winters and warm summers of cool nights. The average annual temperature is 14° C with many sunny days. The average thermal amplitude is 15° C, a remarkable condition that provides color and tannin in the grapes.
The general characteristic of the harvest was the low yield. This was due to spring frosts caused by a dry climate and slightly colder than usual. However, it gave the wine a good concentration and unique aromas.
Barrancas, Maipú, Mendoza, Argentina.
Desert of warm days and cool nights. The average annual temperature is 16° C and the thermal amplitude of 20° C. Low rainfall, low relative humidity and high insolation make the risk of sea frost less than other regions.
The dry summer weather was decisive in the quality of the grapes and the health of the crops. The high temperature and almost non-existent rainfall resulted in a higher yield.