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Tomero is the estate of Argentinian Carlos Pulenta in the Uco Valley, Mendoza's quality wine region. More than 30 years ago, Pulenta and his family found uncultivated land in the Uco valley and noticed that the soil in the area would be ideal for growing vines. The influence of the Andes mountains, the grown vines and the location of the vineyards a kilometer above sea level create excellent conditions for winemaking.

The nurseries are located in a dry climate zone, even by Argentine standards. When the ice on the upper slopes of the Andes mountains melts, however, it provides the crops with the water they need. The farm is named after a traditional profession whose job it is to regulate and regulate water intake from mountain streams.

Tomero has 400 hectares of vineyards where, in addition to Malbec, the national grape of Argentina, Cabernet, Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Torrontes and Sémillon are grown. The wines are each made from one grape variety, no mixtures are used. Harvesting is done manually.

Tila's Malbec Reserva 2005 won the world's best Malbec award in the Malbec al Mundo competition.
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