The international success of this region - the most important in the country - is due to the charm of its red wines.
On the palate, their velvety tannic composition is the symbol of Argentinian style, between softness and elegance. This is particularly the case in several areas, such as Luján de Cuyo.
The reputation of the Argentinian malbec of this region needs no proving whereas in Maipú, the Cabernet-sauvignon is even more appreciated, a terroir on ideal gravelly soil.
In altitude, the Uco valley constitutes a centre of Argentinian viticulture: the grapes find very favourable climatic conditions for making the best wines.