Wine Review & Notes
The grapes for this wine come from Colchagua Valley, and are hand-picked at the end of April – beginning of
May. The grapes are crushed and afterwards there is a cold maceration (10°C) in stainless steel tanks for 5 days. After that, Alcoholic Fermentation takes place at controlled temperatures (28°C) during 10 days, where daily gentle pumping over with air is applied.The wine remains 4 months in tanks with inner staves of French oak.
On the nose shows red fruits, blueberries and plums, with soft floral aromas. It is soft with round tannins and good volume, with well integrated oak. It has a long and pleasant finish. Perfect company for red meats and cheeses.