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THE TERROIR
Mendoza is an arid but fertile land, cold and scorching at the same time. A land of contrast shaped by man, an irrigated desert, an oasis.

The soil consists of a heavy, vigorous clay that acts like a sponge. And if coarse gravels in the sub-soil drain the surplus, here it is above all the climate that gives vigour to the vine and aromatic power to its berries. The old Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon vines were planted here on their own roots in 1935 and have flourished since, under the watchful eye of the Aconcagua and its perpetual snow. A context that is unique in the world.

At a height of 900 metres, in the first appellation in South America (Lujan de Cuyo), the sun and the water from the permanent snow cover work together to provide perfect conditions for the vine to flourish. A remarkable place, rightly identified by previous generations, and which still offers today an extraordinary arrangement between the elements. A terroir of mixed culture, where the old Malbec vines share the land with 200-year-old olive trees that punctuate the landscape every four rows.
 
THE WINES
A meeting between two cultures, two traditions, a mutual conquest. A creation, taking risks and making great efforts to create a style. Our wines are like our children, each with their unique character that we strive to develop and enhance with care and respect.
A.O.C. Lujan de Cuyo – Mendoza, Argentina
PasoDoble
Surface of production 13 ha planted in 1935 without rootstocks
Soil Sand and Clay
Subsoil Gravels
Grape varieties Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah
Soil culture Organic and sustainable
Harvest Stainless steel and oak vats
Fermenting vats 20% new french oak barrels
Barrels & Ageing 8 -12 months
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PRESS REVIEW 2016
Luis Gutiérrez
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As with the other wines from 2016, the production of 2016 Pasodoble was considerably lower than in other years, reflecting the challenges of the cooler and wetter year. It's mostly Malbec with some 10% Cabernet Sauvignon from their old vineyard in Luján de Cuyo, and it matured in French barriques for one year. It's a very fresh year; it had some challenges with a lot of rain and cold temperatures, but the result was probably better than what most people expected. This shows very good freshness and floral aromas, and the Malbec seems to dominate on the nose.
 
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