The coastal influence on the vineyards highlights the difeerences of each place. Behind this line is a Uruguayan family’s passion for raising the country’s viticulture to the next level. Familia Deicas conducted research on soil compatibility, climates and varietals since 1999 before selecting several terriers in diferent key areas of Uruguay and later, in Argentina. Wines can be produced with a geographical identity, according to the soil specificities, subsoil, proximity to the coast and climate of these terroirs.
|Merlot, Marselan, Tannat, Petit Verdot y Albariño||Garzón Maldonado|
|The maximum average temperature is 27°C (81°F) during the maturation period of the grape.||Sandy loam soil with abundant gravel from shifts in the granite.|
|Floral, mineral and with fresh red fruit.||A linear wine, with well-defined aromas.|
|Soft tannins, firm acidity and a persistent finish||—|