Mostly sandy, from wind erosion (especially during the month of August, with the presence of the Zonda wind) and with a high content of calcareous material.
Sectors within the estate have riverbed and granite stones coated with calcium carbonate.
Zorzal wines are born in Gualtallary, in the county of Tupungato, in the northern region of the Uco Valley. It is the highest altitude area planted with vines in the valley and has unique characteristics that make it an exceptional place to produce terroir wines.
Colder than average temperatures, given the winery’s altitude and its location just east of the Andes mountain range.
Zorzal’s vineyards are located at about 1350 meters (4400 feet) above sea level. This altitude helps to produce a large difference between the day and night temperatures.