The grapes for our wines grow in some of the best and well-known regions in Mendoza: Uco Valley (Gualtallary) and Luján de Cuyo (Chacras de Coria).

Our wines are made from grapes sourced from carefully selected vineyards in the most prestigious wine-growing areas of Mendoza, including Gualtallary and Chacras de Coria. In our search to make wine that reflect their origin, the winery sources grapes from alluvial, rocky and calcareous soils in the Uco Valley, while in Luján de Cuyo we find deep, clay soils with exceptional lots of natural alluvial soils in the Chacras de Coria district.

In these regions, there is a great thermal amplitude, and the grapes get many hours of sunlight enhancing their quality. That is how the winery is able to produce wines with a good color intensity and elegant aromas. Thanks to this natural characteristic, Clos the Chacras´ wines possess a great structure, a key feature for a successful aging.