Finca Decero, once a bare patch of soil in the Argentine foothills of the Andes, is now a one-of-a-kind vineyard. Decero means "from scratch," which means the winemakers are free from the constraints of tradition and have developed an "amano" or "by hand" approach that is human, sustainable and sensitive to nature. On the lead up to vintage 2017, Mendoza experienced a moderate and dry winter with temperatures slightly above average. During the following cold, dry spring, the later development of Cabernet Sauvignon meant it was unaffected by the early spring frost. The quality of 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon shows in expressive fruit balanced by bright acidity and lifted fresh aromas.