Cerro Bayo

In a large territory of The Andes mountains , at the foot of a hill called Cerro Bayo, over 4900 feet above sea level , emerges this pioneering venture in Argentina. This is the first malbec in native soil , unlike the rest that are alluvional.

It is a land of wide geological diversity, in some parts there are sedimentary rocks of Cambrian age and in others predominate igneous rocks from volcanic formation.

It is also a unique development with ecologist concepts: It doesn´t need engine, It´s feed by spring water in total harmony with the environment.