Gran Reserva / Carmenère
The fruit comes from San Bernardo, in the Maipo Valley, which has alluvial soils and a dry climate. It is a high-density vineyard, which makes it possible to achieve low production per plant with a high concentration of colour and flavours.
Harvesting is carried out manually, as is the selection of clusters and individual grapes. Vinification is traditional, with long macerations lasting 4 to 5 weeks. Once this process is complete, the wine is placed in French oak casks for malolactic fermentation and subsequent ageing, which lasts 16 months.
intense, deep red, with violety overtones.
fresh and intense fruit reminiscent of blackberry and blueberry, plus spicy black pepper, cinnamon and roasted coffee beans.
fruity, complex and persistent black fruits, spices, chocolate, earthy flavors and truffles, velvety tannins and massive