Clos de los Siete Facts

Michel Rolland, the world-renowned Bordeaux winemaker, first went to Argentina in 1988. He recognized that all the conditions were right to grow a very great wine and partnered with other Bordeaux families to develop 7 vineyards on 2,000 acres in the Uco Valley of Mendoza.

Four key elements make this region of the Uco Valley unique:

  • Vines grow at an altitude of 3,800 feet with wide variation between day and night temperatures which produces high quality tannins and concentrates color
  • Generous well-drained soils made up of pebbles, clay and sand that are spring fed by melting snow from the Andes Mountains
  • Beneficial south/south-west orientation allows vines to soak up the sunshine and create full flavor ripeness
  • Dry weather along with Bordeaux cultivation techniques for pruning and canopy management control yields

Clos de los Siete is a single wine, a blend of Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and a little Petit-Verdot and Cabernet Franc.

Clos de los Siete is the #1 Malbec blend exported from Argentina and all vintages have consistently received critical acclaim.


Origin
Argentina
Appellation
Uco Valley, Mendoza
Year Founded
2002
Winemaker
Michel Rolland


With The Deutsch Family
Since 2017
Sustainable Agriculture practiced
Yes
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