Valle de Pedernal is a very special IG for me, since I didn’t know anything about it until I had the opportunity of planting the region’s first vineyards. Malbecs from this terroirs are very particular, with notes of wild herbs, intense color and edgy tannins. The decision of planting in such high altitude where there used to be absolutely nothing and even today there is still no water is a clear example of our intention to explore beyond the established boundaries.
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SOIL PROFILE OF Valle de Pedernal
Valle de Pedernal is a new winemaking heaven located in the Andes mountain range. With alluvial and colluvial soils that were originated by glacial deposits, its young vines reach 4,900 feet in altitude.