Vineyards

Variety: Merlot

D.O.: Rapel Valley

Terroir: The valley has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry days and cool nights during the ripening season, as a consequence of the fresh breezes that come from the Pacific Ocean. The Rapel Valley also has a cool influence from the Andes Mountain. These conditions allow a slow ripening of the grapes that help to obtain more expressive wines, with great balance and nice texture. Soils are granite and stony with great permeability which, together with the presence of silt-clay textures at different depths, help to get grapes of great color, concentration and elegance.

Vineyard: 20 years old vineyard, with drip irrigation system.

Harvest: The grapes were harvested between 20 March and 5 April, when their organoleptic qualities, aromas and tannins were at their best.

Wine

Vinification: Bunches were gently selected, destemmed, crushed and stored by gravity in stainless steel tanks to be cold-soaked in order to extract a greater amount of color and aromas, subsequently, the must was fermented at controlled temperatures (24-26ºC). Subsequently, the wine was aged for 6 months in contact with French oak.

Tasting Notes

Deep ruby red colour with violet hues. Pleasant and intense nose with fresh red and black fruits aromas, such as prunes, raspberries, blackberries, that harmoniously combining with toasted notes, vanilla, cinnamon and black chocolate. This wine has a well-balanced body, silky tannins and long and pleasant finish.

Food Pairing

Best served at between 16-18°C. This wine pairs well with soft cheeses, pasta dishes, white meat. 

Vineyards

Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon.

D.O.: Rapel Valley.

Terroir: The valley has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry days and cool nights during the ripening season, as a consequence of the fresh breezes that come from the Pacific Ocean. The Rapel Valley also has a cool influence from the Andes Mountain. These conditions allow a slow ripening of the grapes that help to obtain more expressive wines, with great balance and nice texture. Soils are granite and stony with great permeability which, together with the presence of silt-clay textures at different depths, help to get grapes of great color, concentration and elegance.

Vineyard: 20 years old vineyard, with drip irrigation system.

Harvest: The grapes were harvested between 25th March and 25th April, when their organoleptic qualities, aromas and tannins were at their best.

Wine

Vinification: Bunches were gently selected, destemmed, crushed and stored by gravity in stainless steel tanks to be cold-soaked in order to extract a greater amount of color and aromas, subsequently, the must was fermented at controlled temperatures (24-26ºC). Subsequently, the wine was aged for 6 months in contact with French oak.

Tasting Notes

Deep ruby red colour with violet touch. An expressive nose, rich in red and black fruits, especially berries such as raspberries, blueberries and blackcurrants which intermingle with toasted notes, vanilla, caramel and tobacco. This wine has a good structure, pleasant body with ripe tannins. Long, fruity and persistent in the finish.

Food Pairing

Best served at between 16-18°C. This wine pairs well with ripe cheese, grilled meat and well-seasoned dishes.

Vineyards

Variety: Carmenere

D.O.: Rapel Valley

Harvest: The grapes were harvested between 20 April and 10 May, when their organoleptic qualities, aromas and tannins were at their best. The clusters were manually harvested and then transported and selected.

Terroir: The valley has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry days and cool nights during the ripening season, as a consequence of the fresh breezes that come from the Pacific Ocean. The Rapel Valley also has a cool influence from the Andes Mountain. These conditions allow a slow ripening of the grapes that help to obtain more expressive wines, with great balance and nice texture. Soils are granite and stony with great permeability which, together with the presence of silt-clay textures at different depths, help to get grapes of great color, concentration and elegance.

Vineyard: 20 years old vineyard, with drip irrigation system.

Harvest: The grapes were harvested between 20th April and 15th May, when their organoleptic qualities, aromas and tannins were at their best.

Wine

Vinification: Bunches were gently selected, destemmed, crushed and stored by gravity in stainless steel tanks to be cold-soaked in order to extract a greater amount of color and aromas, subsequently, the must was fermented at controlled temperatures (24-26ºC). Subsequently, the wine was aged for 6 months in contact with French oak.

Tasting Notes

Deep cherry red color with garnet hues. The nose is intense and attractive, with fresh black and red fruit aromas, such as blueberries, strawberries and cherries, along with spicy and earthy notes that blend harmoniously with vanilla, caramel aromas and toasted touches. This wine stands out for its delicious structure, balanced body and round and velvety tannins, which give it great volume. Long and elegant finish.

Food Pairing

Best served at between 16-18°C. This wine pairs well with mature cheese, creamy dishes, casseroles and spicy dishes.

Vineyards

Variety: Syrah

D.O.: Maipo Valley

Terroir: The Maipo Valley is one of the most well-known wine-producing regions in Chile, which has earned its reputation for being the home to excellent and renowned red wines. Located just south of the capital, Santiago, the Maipo Valley is privileged with a mild Mediterranean climate with dry, warm summers and cold, wet winters.

Vineyard: 20 years old vineyard, with drip irrigation system.

Harvest: The grapes were harvested between 20 March and 5 April, when their organoleptic qualities, aromas and tannins were at their best.

Wine

Vinification: Bunches were gently selected, destemmed, crushed and stored by gravity in stainless steel tanks to be cold-soaked in order to extract a greater amount of color and aromas, subsequently, the must was fermented at controlled temperatures (24-26ºC). Subsequently, the wine was aged for 6 months in contact with French oak.

Tasting Notes

This wine is a deep violet red colour.

Aromas of fresh berries, blueberries and blackberries intermingle with a floral notes, together with vanilla, tobacco and chocolate.

In the palate is smooth, with complex structure and a delicious and persistent finish.

Food Pairing

Best served at between 16°C and 18°C. This wine pairs well with mature and smoked cheeses, as well as, it goes perfectly with meats such as wild boar, pork, lamb and all kinds of sausages.