On the nose, aromas reminiscent of raspberries and ripe strawberries are perceived, with slight notes of underwood.


A wine with good structure and moderate acidity in the mouth, with intensity and great complexity.

Growing Conditions

Pinot Noir is a variety that develops its full potential and expresses its typicity when grown in cool areas; the remote Pedernal Valley, in the province of San Juan, has the coolest temperatures during the year. Therefore, this wine, clearly made with grapes from that valley, shows the potential that Pedernal has and the extraordinary quality that can be obtained from this varietal.


50% of the wine is preserved in concrete eggs with flock in fine suspension. The remaining 50% is kept in first and second use French oak barrels for 4 months.


Bright ruby red colour.