Tulum Valley, San Juan, Argentina The grapes are cultivated from vineyards located in Caucete, at 650 meters (2,133 feet) above sea level, in alluvial, sandy-textured soil. The vines are drip irrigated with snowmelt runoff from the Andes, providing the optimum amount of water to each plant. Vines are trained on trellis.
Wine maker notes
Grapes are crushed and destemmed immediately after harvest to preserve freshness and fruit character. The juice undergoes a cold maceration for 8 hours at 43°F before the skins and lees are removed. Alcoholic fermentation takes place for 12 days at a temperature of 61°F-63°F.
13. 7% abv
Pairs well with grilled seafood, sushi, pork chop, white pizzas, and spicy Asian cuisine.