Aromatically, it reveals intensity and complexity provided by the notes of white peach, grapefruit, almonds and toasted brioche resulting from its contact with lees.


Fresh, pure and seductive. Full in the mouth, complex and dry.

Growing Conditions

This sparkling wine captivates with its exceptional assemblage of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from high-altitude vineyards of Mendoza. Our vineyards Caicayén and Cepas del Plata, are strategically located between 1200-1450 meters above sea level with low temperatures and an average temperature amplitude of 17.5 ° C, with sandy soils with clay and silt areas. This allows the grapes to ripen more slowly resulting in a higher natural acidity, an optimal condition to perfect the aromas and flavors of our sparkling wines.


Manual harvest in 20kg bins, during February and March.


More than eighteen months in contact with its lees.


Light yellow with green sparkles.

Food Pairing

Everyday food: fresh cow and goat cheeses, light salads, white meat, seafood and nuts.
Cuisine style: Japanese, French (blinis with smoked salmon,
oysters au gratin) and Mediterranean.
Recipes: stuffed calamari, salmon ravioli with citrus sauce,
sole meuniere, sweetbread empanadas, country pâté (pâté de Campagne).
Yes: fresh cow or goat cheese and fish, and white meat.
No: pickled preparations, raw garlic and onions, roquefort-type cheese, preparations with dark chocolate.