Qaramy are located in the Upper Uco Valley in Tunuyan & Los Arboles

Winemaker is Karim Mussi Saffie

The Vineyards are farmed traditionally

Qaramy, meaning “poetry” in the Quechua language of Argentina’s indigenous people. Qaramy Wines is one of the most exciting projects to come out of Mendoza in some time. Qaramy is owned by the Bromberg family and under the guidance of winemaker Karim Mussi Saffe the Estate is producing Malbec and blends from their 2 vineyards, Pachahuasi and Qailapuyu in Los Arboles/Tunuyan in the Upper Uco Valley.

The Vineyards grow at the foothills of the majestic Andes in the Tunuyan region of Mendoza, near Mt Tupungato on a colluvial fan. The exceptional soil profile of alluvial gravels suspended in sand/loam matrix with a relatively high proportion of silt combines with elevation, high sunshine hours and extremely low rainfall and results in wines of great power and fruit intensity whilst retaining sensational freshness.

The winery is managed by a father-son team, Mario and Leonardo Bromberg. When they started this project, they were originally only selling their grapes; Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah all grown in their vineyards located about 3,000 feet above sea level. Each bottle of wine is meant to be an expression of the poetry of the land and of their ancestors.

They were consistently praised for the high level of quality of their grapes and therefore, they decided to begin using 10% of their grapes to create small lots of their own wines under the label Qaramy. In their first vintage year of 2005 they produced 39,000 bottles of two wines.  In the second half of 2008 they built a small winery on their property, which truly solidified their commitment to not only being quality growers but also producers.

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