Growing Conditions

Barrancas, Maipú, Mendoza. It is an area with soils of origin aluvional, on the margin of the Mendoza River. It is a very benefited area because of its natural drainage, its temperatures and microclimate are very favorable for an excellent maturity of the grapes.

This property has an area of 200 hectares of which 70 are already planted with Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Moscatel, Bonarda, Syrah and Tannat. 40 hectares are of Almond trees, and complementing the landscape we also have olive trees, poplars and rose bushes, each one with specific functions.

The area is characterized by having a stony soil due to its proximity to the Mendoza River. It has a sandy and stony soil, of alluvial origin, with very good drainage, quite homogeneous in its composition. During the maturation period, the thermal amplitude can reach 23 degrees. For irrigation, water from 2 wells is used and it is carried to each plant through a pressurized system with drippers.


HARVEST: Manual VINEYARD: Finca Bautem [Single-vineyard wine]


8 months of French oak barrels 2nd use.


It is a wine that hits because of its intense color, with red and black nuances. On the nose, its typicity to fruits and species, which ends complete with the mouth, where the amalgam characteristic fruit with the complexity of black pepper, vanilla and presence of mineral characteristics. The typicity is one of its main attributes.