It expresses a great herbal character with notes of red fruits. This imbues a fresh acidity and encourages a perfumed, violet, floral character that together bring a sense of lightness to a wine despite its weight.


In the mouth is long and with a distinctive mineral texture. A wine of great structure and acidity. The floral accent carries through to a good long finish that is accompanied by a savoury, flinty edge and a pinch of chalky tannins, completing a style that is a long way from the ripe, sweet-black-fruit-and-vanilla bombs of old.

Growing Conditions

The Uco Valley, at the foot of the Andes in Mendoza, is the highest-elevation cultivated valley in the region. In this privileged location, our wines benefit from a cool and dry climate and a wide temperature range.

Zuccardi Concreto is made from grapes grown on a selection of chalky soils at our vineyards in Paraje Altamira.

Finca Piedra Infinita, Paraje Altamira, Valle de Uco, Mendoza is located 3608 feet above sea level. Located in the heart of the alluvial plain of the Tunuyán River, this vineyard expresses the characteristic diversity of the chalky soils of Paraje Altamira. At this vineyard, every part of the cycle, from pruning to harvesting, is based on soil type. The winery is in the heart of the vineyard.

Shallow alluvial soil. Sandy surface horizon and a subsoil with large lime-covered stones from the alluvial fan of the Tunuyán River. Top soil, very rocky from 20 cm – 0,65 feet depth , with large deposits of calcareous material .




Fermentation in concrete vats without epoxi, with indigenous yeast, maceration for 20 days. Malolatic fermentation and aging in concrete vats. Half of the wine is fermented with whole cluster.


Red color with violet hues.