Mendoza is considered to be a privileged region for viticulture.
Sandy and rocky soils that are well aerated combined with sunny days and cool nights allow the grapes to reach optimal ripeness and ensure
that each variety unfolds its true characteristics in taste and aromas.
The vineyards are located between 600 and 1000 meters (1968 and 3280 feet) above sea level, which are ideal altitudes to forego the use of pesticides.
Rainfall is moderate and usually occurs in winter months. In general, natural irrigation takes place through the down streams of melted glaciers, which are free of contamination.