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A brief history

After searching extensively across several regions of Argentina, François Lurton planted his vines in the Uco Valley, in the foothills of the Andes Cordillera, at an altitude of 1,100 m, in semi-desert conditions (the poor, gravelly alluvial soil is reminiscent of Pessac-Léognan!).
A pioneer of the Uco Valley, he built his winery, Bodega Piedra Negra, in the heart of 200 hectares of virgin land acquired in the middle of what, a few years later, would become the Geographical Indication of Los Chacayes. Drawing on expertise acquired all over the world, he immediately introduced environmentally-friendly growing methods, and has produced remarkable wines.
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The Lurton brothers started making wine in Argentina as far back as 1992 as consultants to Nicolas Catena. They soon recognized the potential for making a ‘Grand Cru’ wine in Argentina and in 1996 made the first wine of this style with complexity, structure and ageing potential from Cabernet Sauvignon. It went on to win a gold medal at the International Wine Challenge in London.

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