La Violeta Vineyard

8 hectares located in Agrelo, Lujan de Cuyo, one of the best wine regions of Argentina for the development of premium wines.

The soils of Finca La Violeta are located at 3850 feet over sea level, ideal height for mineral waters and melting temperature range of the area, enrich the soil and vines. They are planted with low trellis and applies the traditional irrigation system for surface water from the river Mendoza. The soil is characterized as clay loam.

This vineyard has special attention to the quality of the grape are working with an intense work program, which involves separate plots according to the fate of the grape and carrying out differential according to the climatic characteristics of each year.

Since 1926 this vineyard produces only Malbec, having produced some of the best wines of the area, recognized worldwide.

Type of soil: Clay loam with ground rock

Height of vineyard: 980 MSNM

Age of the vineyard: Cultivated in 1942

Irrigation: Traditional by furrows

Barrancas Vineyard

It has 47 hectares in Barrancas, Maipu, located at 2460 feet over sea level. This area is characterized by the presence of stones on the surface, due to its proximity to the river Mendoza.

The vineyard is worked in the traditional way, with the surface irrigation water obtained from the Mendoza river and 2 existing wells on the property.

Type of soil: sandy loam

Height of vineyard: 720 MSNM

Age of the vineyard: Cultivated in 1996

Irrigation: Drip irrigation