Wine information

Brilliant and deep red in color. Concentrated aromas of cherries and raspberries on the nose with very well-integrated oak. The palate is very pleasing with refined texture and complex cherry and raspberry flavors. The tannins are smooth and round.

VINTAGE: 2016

VINEYARD OF ORIGIN: Quitralmán Vineyard, D.O. Biobío, Biobío Valley.

VINEYARD DESCRIPTION: Located in one of Chile’s southernmost wine regions, the Quitralmán Vineyard is 194 meters a.s.l. on the southern bank of the Biobío river.

SOIL: The soil in the Quitralmán Vineyard is colluvial with red clay in the upper layer and angular stones in the subsoil and with excellent drainage.

CLIMATE: The humid-temperate climate is nearly in transition to Mediterranean and is influenced by the Biobío River and the Andes Mountains. This season was slightly colder than a normal year and was rain-free during the harvest period.

AGING: 12 months in French oak barrels. (20% new 80% second use).

AGING POTENTIAL: Drink now or hold until 2021.