Comahue (place of abundance in the indigenous language) is the word that, against all logic, defines vineyards and wines. Growing on historically nutrient poor soil and in a hostile climate, these vines are the raison d’être of Comahue. 21 years ago, the Viola family was pioneers; they were the first to settle with a wine-growing project in the Patagonian steppe. An originally deserted and unproductive land today is a region that is present in most books about world viticulture and terroir.
Comahue Wines are part of Malma Winery with 150 hecatres of vine-yards planted 20 years ago. The winery infrastructure is strategically locat-ed between vineyards and fully integrated to the landscape of the steppe to create a symbiotic relationship between the land and the people.
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