The Pasionado line consists of complex and intense wines, which combine the knowledge, creativity and passion of our winemaker with the typical characteristics of the terroir Gualtallary. The wine seeks a clear balance that translates the typical quality of the calcareous soil, which is the main feature of this line.
The grapes come from lots of areas that are specifically selected for the production of this line. The cluster thinning contributes to the intensity and concentration of the grapes which is needed during the aging process in wood, thereby achieving the balance between Gualtallary fruit and French oak. These wines are aged 18 months in first use French oak barrels, followed by 12 months in bottles.

The cellar is closely surrounded by the vineyards and have, as their backdrop, the impressive Andres Mountain range. This is the setting from which Andeluna Altitude springs, a wine with very typical Tupungato features. Andeluna Altitude is a line of wines with an outstanding balance of fruit and wood. In these wines we seek greater complexity, starting in the vineyard, where there is a low yield per hectare, which results in more concentrated fruit as well as freshness.
The red varietals that make up the line are aged in French oak as well as American oak, both of which contribute to the uniqueness of each wine and the year in which it has been harvested.

Andeluna 1300 are wines that stand out for the intensity of its colors and the expression of fresh fruit. On the palate, they are soft, velvety and fresh, with mineral notes and a very good balance.
The grapes used for producing these wines come from vineyards located in the Uco Valley, at 1300 meters above sea level.