Variety / Style
Denomination of Origin (D.O.)
- UCO Valley
Los Indios Vineyard
The soil is alluvial, located above the alluvial corre formed by the Tunuyán River. The first layer has a sandy-loam profile, with small, colluvial stones and calcium carbonate deposits that continue to 60 cm deep. The next layer becomes sandy, with abundant medium-sized colluvial stones to a depth of 1.5 m. Beneath this is an underlying layer predominantly defined by 30 cm thick limestone that sits above a sandy layer with colluvial stones.
Dry, continental, with good exposure to the sun which allows an excellent maturation of the grapes. Thermal amplitude 15 to 20 o C.
14 months in foudres (first and second use).
GERMÁN DI CÉSARE
Argentinean winemaker, Germán Di Césare, has developed a distinguished career in his country’s wine scene. He began working at Trivento at an early age, in the laboratory where he performed enological testing on wines and grapes. Starting in 2004, he was responsible for the production of young wines. In 2008, he accepted the challenge to lead the company’s emblematic Trivento Reserve line, and in 2010 he delved into the development of the winery’s high-end wines.