Séptima tierra

What is a terroir?

It’s what defines the essence of a wine.

It’s the interaction between the following factors: soil, geographic features, weather, grape variety and the cultural labour of men and women in a particular place.

These four Malbec are authentic, inimitable wines, which distinctly embody their place of origin and the character of the area where they are grown: Agrelo en Luján de Cuyo, Gualtallary offering two versions (with Oak and Oak Free) from Tupungato y Los Chacayes en Tunuyán, Mendoza Province.
With these wines, we look forward to keep the landscape in each bottle.

séptima tierra

Agrelo - 1050 msnm

malbec

TERROIR

Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo.

HEIGHT

1050 m.a.s.l.

SOIL

Deep alluvial soil. Loam to clay loam, with pebbles.

SHEET

GALLERY

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Los Chacayes - 1200 msnm

malbec

TERROIR

Los Chacayes, Valle de Uco .

HEIGHT

1200 m.a.s.l.

SOIL

Alluvial, not very deep, with little moisture-holding capacity. It is composed of sand, stones and caliche.

SHEET

GALLERY

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Gualtallary - 1310 msnm

malbec

TERROIR

Gualtallary, Valle de Uco.

HEIGHT

1310 m.a.s.l.

SOIL

Composed of stones and sand. It has little moisture-holding capacity.

SHEET

GALLERY

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Gualtallary - 1310 msnm -sin madera-

malbec

TERROIR

Gualtallary, Valle de Uco.

HEIGHT

1310 m.a.s.l.

SOIL

Composed of stones and sand. It has little moisture-holding capacity.

SHEET

GALLERY