In 1988, Argentina inspired a revelation in Michel Rolland. Captivated by the country and its people, he saw tremendous wine-growing potential. His vision began to take shape, and Bordeaux winemaker Jean-Michel Arcaute got on board. The domain is located in Tunuyán, 120 km south of Mendoza, and rises to 1,100 metres above sea level.
Clos de los Siete is born out of the meticulous efforts of a passionate team. The result is a wine of notable boldness. It is intensely fruity, offering a pleasant balance, and is derived primarily from Malbec — the king of Argentinian grapes.