Located at the southern tip of the American continent, Patagonia meets several natural conditions and traits for growing vines.
Clean air, clear skies and endless silences are only interrupted by the whispers of the winds that cross from the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean, moving the mysterious aromas of the bushes and wild fruits.
Both its climate, which presents a wide range of temperatures in the ripening stage of the vine-the-ground conditions with stony and alluvial-corners excellent phytosanitary conditions, the remarkable brightness, low rainfall and low humidity favor the consolidation Patagonian wine industry in the international arena.
These features, combined with the obsessive care of their creators, balanced wines yield results between sugar content and acidity of the fruit, producing white wines with a delicate red wine varietal expression and vivid color, fruity aromas and delicious on the palate, but all with an authentic personality and defined.
Known as wines cold areas, production is centered in the valleys of the Black River and the Colorado River.
There have been adapted strains torrontés white as Rioja, San Juan Torrontés, Mendoza Torrontes, Pedro Ximenez, Semillon, sauvignon and chenin blanc, and inks as malbec, merlot, syrah, pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon and Bonarda.
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