Diamandes winery

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Clos de los Siete winery.

Winery founded by Michell Roland when arriving to Mendoza. The incredible potential of this soil constituted by boulders, clay and sand.

The name Clos de los Siete brings together two notions: on the one hand, that of this unique project; on the other, that of a vineyard integrated into a single continuous surface.

The 4 wineries are: Diamandes, Monteviejo, Cuvelier de los Andes, Rolland.

The wines of the Clos gain their success from the favorable combination of four key elements. However you can find this in Argentina.

Diamandes; owned by the Bonnie family, which has the renowned Château Malartic-Lagravière (Grand Cru Classé de Graves) and the Château Gazin Rocquencourt (Pessac- Léognan) in Bordeaux. Highlights include its Grande Reserve made mostly with malbec and completed with the classic cabernet sauvignon. Of the four wineries, surely the most impressive to visit.

Monteviejo, led by Catherine Père Vergé’s family since the late 1990s, this winery stands out not only for its excellent wines, but also for the wine tourism project that includes a restaurant. The gastronomy and the views are the ideal complement to enjoy a visit to this winery.

Cuvelier de los Andes, known for producing 100% Malbec representing all the values of Argentina, the Grand Malbec, with 94 Parker points in its 2009 vintage.

Rolland Winery was the last creation and construction. A plot of 2 hectares had been conserved virgin for this installation: thousands of m3 of land were brought to level and compact the land, which naturally has slope, in order to prepare an area of 3200 m2 of soil (40 m/ 80 m).

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