Unsurprisingly perhaps, given their Bordeaux pedigree, Jacques and Francois Lurton chose careers in wine. In their pursuit of quality and excellence they arrived in Argentina in the early 1990s and today have built an enviable reputation for producing some of the finest examples of varietal wines. This Pinot Gris (or Grigio) is selected from fruit grown on the hillside slopes in Valle de Uco, south of Mendoza.