Pyros vineyard is located the southwest at the Pedernal hill along the west hillside at 1,400 m.a.s.l., in a preferential area in terms of soil, weather and water.
It has a total surface area of 350 hectares and 80 hectares out of the total area have been planted with Malbec.
As Pyros vineyard has been planted along the Pedernal hill, the soil is calcareous.
The soils have a high percentage of pure limestone at the top of the hillside, and as we go down to the bottom of Pedernal Valley, rocks of different sizes and composition appear that, together with other fine-grained soils, contribute to an exceptional soil quality.
This soil diversity has a clear influence on the vines, which allows making wines with a variety of profiles within the same style.
Besides, due to this unique location, Pyros Vineyard is exposed to a constant breeze coming from the south, which contributes to vine health.