Dense purple-ruby in colour, it has a cedary, blackcurrant leaf nose with vanilla oak note; medium to full-bodied, its juicy black currant and plum flavours fill the mouth finishing on firm but not aggressive tannins.
Dense purple in colour, the wine has a cedary, blackcurrant bouquet with vanilla oak notes; it’s medium to full-bodied, with a richly-extracted blackcurrant flavour, firmly structured with lively acidity and a herb-tinged finish.
Opens with scents of black cherry, raspberry, fine spice and a whiff of dried herb. Black cherry and raspberry flavours play through on the palate with velvety tannins, though slightly aggressive acidity. Finishes with a splash of dark chocolate.
Dark fruit led by black cherry with pungent earthy and smoky notes and a touch of minty green herb give way to black cherry and raspberry flavours with lively acidity and light tannic grip on the finish.
This rosé is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Pais, the indigenous grape of Chile. This is from Maule, in the dry coastal area of Mingre, 45 km from the ocean and granitic soils around 200 m. After a cool maceration, this fermented and spent time in stainless to preserve fresh, crisp, marine influenced fruit. Tight raspberry, white cherry is infiltrated with dried herbs and tightened with grapefruit pith, adding a nice slick of grip to this dry, fresh rosé, kissed with raspberries on the end. Lovely choice for food, a welcome show of less-is-more and great value.
This “Trio” of grapes creates a harmonious, attractively balanced blend showing lively citrus, tropical fruit and stony mineral notes, finishing with agreeably refreshing acidity. Very pleasant as an aperitif or will pair flexibly with seafood and other lighter dishes.
Juicy, fresh and savoury with cherries and blueberries, slightly meaty and smoky, a touch of pepper, well integrated, refined tannins with bright acidity and mineral on the finish. The vineyards are located only 24 km from the Pacific Ocean and the cool, maritime breezes contribute to the wine’s vibrant character. Chill slightly and enjoy with grilled veal chops or hand chopped tartar.