Rediscovering the Calchaquí Valleys

The northwest of Argentina offers several outstanding and unique examples of winemaking in extreme conditions. The vineyards of the Calchaquí Valleys are planted and maintained at altitudes ranging between 1700 and 3100 meters above sea level (masl). The dry, extremely sunny days contrast sharply with the cold mountain nights resulting in a thermal range double … Continue reading Rediscovering the Calchaquí Valleys