A brief history
Bodega y Viñedos Luna de Cuarzo, is a magical place located in the heart of the Calchaquí Valley, at 1800 meters above sea level in the province of Tucumán, Argentina.
Parcels of vineyards of the emblematic Malbec and Torrontés strains lean towards the Santa María River, which was originally the Yocavil River, an enclave of ancient cultures such as the Quilmes, the Pichao and the Amaichas.
The vineyard is nourished by pure water from the hill, biodynamics is manifested by the aromatic herbs that grow everywhere, by the personalized care of each plant, and by the quartz scattered throughout the Calchaquí territory. Each cycle of the moon is respected for the process of the vines that are harvested at full moon in March and in May for the late harvest.
The wines are made in an underground cellar, venerating the properties of the land through our deity La Pachamama, of which we are a part and respect.
In these optimal conditions of temperature and humidity, our wines are stored and parked, receiving the vibrations of the quartz bowls with which we encourage the stability of the molecules in their fermentation and aging periods.