Argentina is the fifth most significant wine-producing country on the planet, after France, Italy, Spain and the United States. Most of the vineyards in Argentina are located far from the cities and their pollution. Grapes grown in Argentina have delivered special qualities due to the young, unused soils. Every detail of the surrounding environment makes Argentinian wines unique and authentic displaying intense colors, deep aromas and an unlimited range of flavors.
The Uco Valley is a sub region in the province of Mendoza and has the highest altitude, starting in 1000mts (3280ft) above sea level claiming to more than 1600mts (5249ft). The Uco Valley comprises Tupungato, Tunuyan and San Carlos departments and stands out within the wine making community due to its ideal conditions for the production of top quality grapes.