Violet tones and shallow blue. The nose is very fresh with red cherry. The palate has high acidity. Tannins are more granular. A very easy drinking wine. A fresh and fun wine with lots of berry and strawberry character. Light and lively.
Translucent purple in color, an overwhelming aroma of raspberries and cherries, buttery tannins and a lot of fruit in the finish. (13.5% alc.) Delicious on a summer evening.
The vision of De Martino is "reinventing Chile", which means that they are still looking for wines that reflect the "terroir" and reflect the unique diversity of Chile. To do that, they constantly travel from north to south and from the coast to the Andes in search of places where wines can be made authentic.
Gallardía is the name of the red-yellow daisy wild flower that grows in the vineyards and fills the air with color and aroma. Gallardia also means courage. Courage needed to withstand the rough climate of the Itata Valley in southern Chile.
The Martino wanted to make a wine that was as natural as possible and chose the Cinsault grapes from the 30-year-old vineyards in the Itata Valley, which is still traditionally used, for example, by the use of horses for the foundation work. The vineyards are 22 km from the Pacific Ocean and 500 km south of Santiago in a hilly area and have a granite bottom.