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The soils of the Uco Valley were formed thousands of years ago when ancient glaciers
melted and formed raging rivers flowing from the Andes Mountains.
Today, if you see the land from above, the rivers that remain give the appearance
of arms stretched out from the mountains, known in Argentina as "brazos".
As a result, the high altitude soils contain many small pebbles and even larger rocks, rich in minerals,
providing one of the best locations in the world for winegrowing.