From grapes grown on the property, in the dry coastal highlands of the Maule Valley, this wine is an explosion of fruity and juicy aromas that envelops the senses with raspberries, plums, cassis and ripe underwood berries.
Barbera and Grenache, two ancient grape varieties from the Mediterranean basin, for a completely new wine to prove how the Maule Valley is capable of surprising Chile and the World with a blend never tried before.
The manual and selected harvest took place in early April. 50% of the blend underwent alcoholic fermentation with the varieties mixed together and the other 50% in separate lots, all in stainless steel. Wild yeasts and short maceration. In June, the varieties were blended and then stabilized by submitting the wine to the cold temperatures of winter for a month and a half. Barbera and Carignan did not undergo malolactic fermentation and the Garnacha naturally contributes the residual sugar. The wine was filtered at the end of winter and bottled on 6 of September of the same year as the harvest.
Color: Purple colored wine, deep violet tones. Bouquet: Intense and harmonious aromas. Wild berries, sweet chocolate and spices. Taste: A young taste, juicy with good freshness, soft and ripe tannins, persistent fruitiness, medium and balanced body. A hint of sweetness in the long lasting aftertaste.