What makes Calchaquí Valleys region so special? Very simple: it is one of the most beautiful and remarkable places in the world. But it is not all about its breathtaking landscapes, laced by rivers, mountains and valleys; or about its culture, a blend of the most charming Argentine folklore: the Calchaquí Valleys are a gem in the world of winemaking.
Nestled at the heart of this region, seemingly unsuitable for grape growing, stands Cafayate, an isolated stretch of desert with unique features that make it ideal to grow the highest vineyards in the world.
At more than 1,600 meters (5,500 feet) above sea level, the surprisingly broad temperature range generates marked contrasts between the warm days and cold nights, allowing for the development of ripe berries that condense all the best that the region has to offer.
Define a unique terroir that is exclusive of this small region, allowing us to obtain the most distinctive and elegant high-end wines, with great concentration of color, deep aromas and well-defined flavors.