Below you will find answers to the questions we get asked most about our wines.
Is your vineyard located in Argentina?
Yes, our vineyard is in the Uco Valley of the Mendoza Province Argentina.
Where is your wine produced?
The wine of Vectors South is produced exactly where the grapes are grown, in the Uco Valley.
What kind of grapes do you grow?
We grow Malbec and Cabernet France grapes.
What kind of grapes are Cabernet Franc?
Cabernet Franc is a popular grape for red lends in France, particularly Bordeaux, but it also makes a spectacular wine on its own and is on the rise in Argentina and other parts of the world.. Interestingly enough, Cabernet Franc is actually the “parent” of the more famous (at least in the United States) Cabernet Sauvignon, which is a cross between the red Cabernet Franc and the white Sauvignon Blanc.
So Malbec grapes can make rosé?
Yes. Theoretically, any red grape can make rosé. While most rosé from France or Napa Valley is made with lighter grapes, Malbec rosé is every bit as delicious and refreshing, albeit a tad richer in taste. Already you can find Malbec rosé in wine stores across the USA.
Where is your wine available for purchase?
At the moment, our wine is not for sale. Think of Vectors South as coming soon. We hope to have our wine available through a number of mediums in the near future.