Altura Máxima Pinot Noir

At 3111 meters above sea level, the weather conditions are extreme, with late frosts in spring and early ones in autumn, therefore, we plant varieties with short cycle such as Pinot Noir. The extreme altitude at which the vineyard is located means the grapes receive more sun and less UV protection. This in turn produces thicker skinned grapes that deliver a more robust mouthfeel supported by fresh acidity.


100% Pinot Noir


10,207 feet above sea level

Viticultural area:

Upper Calchaquí Valleys, Salta, Argentina

Soil type:

Calcareous and Granite

Total plantings:

23 acres, sustainably farmed


18 months in French oak barrels of 4° use

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