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Emerge un nuevo terroir de prestigio en argentina

“La llegada de un flamante vino elaborado con uvas cultivadas en Chañar Punco, al sur del Valle Calchaquí, consolida la alta gama del noroeste argentino”



Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: Vivacious red with violet sparkles. A noble tear indicates its firm structure.
Nose: Plum jam and raisin combined with pipe tobacco, vanilla and toasted notes dominate the aroma.
Mouth: Very well balanced together with sweat and soft tannins. Fruity, full of plumb and chocolate notes. Pleasant finish.

Don David Torrontés

Grape variety: Torrontés 100%
Sight: Soft, brilliant yellow color with greenish notes.
Nose: Delicate. Floral aromas of roses and orange tree. Subtle aromas of vanilla and toasted bread due to the oak.
Mouth: Typical flavors of the Torrontés grape. It is citric with green apple. Very fresh. Balanced acidity and sweet in the heart of the mouth.

Altimus MMX

Grape variety: Malbec 54% - Cabernet Sauvignon 25% - Cabernet Franc 11%
Sight: Profound dark with lively violet edges. Thick, dense, violet legs are noted.
Nose: Complex and refined aromas where toasted oak, black chocolate and red fruits marmalade outstand.
Mouth: Fruitness contribution of the Malbec outstand. Mouthfilling with ripe and powerfull tannins. Long persistent with a sweet liquorish ending.

About us

The Calchaqui Valley is a hidden gem located in the Northwest of Argentina, at 1000 kilometers North from Mendoza, capable of delivering exceptional wines.

This remote and exquisite desert which only can be reached after a 3 hour drive from Salta city through winding roads, displays a unique terroir making this region wines quite distinctive.

What is so special about the Calchaqui Valley?

High Altitude Vineyards: The Calchaqui Valley is amongst the highest vineyards in the world. Vines grow from 1,700 up to 3,000 meters (5,600 up to 9,800 feet) above sea level.

Intense Character: Due to the high altitude and intense sunlight radiation, Calchaquí wines tend to develop a strong personality, delivering high concentration, accentuated colors, aromas and flavors.

Continental Desert Climate: Surrounded by the Andes and the Aconquija mountain range, the Calchaquí Valley is protected from the humid winds of both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, allowing healthy vineyards to thrive.

Exclusiveness: Less than 2.5% of Argentine wine production comes from this remote location.

It’s in the heart of the Calchaqui Valley where El Esteco lies. Pioneer in the art of winemaking, this long-living winery together with a hardworking and passionate team, continues to excel developing new wines, gaining international recognitions and positioning the winery as The Iconic Winery of the Calchaqui Valley.