Maipo Alto, Maipo Valley. Made with grapes from hillside vineyards planted 700–1,000 m asl in the heart of the Andes Mountains.
72% Cabernet Sauvignon – 20% Carmenere – 8% Cabernet Franc Hand picked into 15-kg boxes from April 20 through May 20, depending on the variety.
The wine spent a total of 14 months in first-use French oak barrels, divided into an initial 10-month period for aging the individual varieties separately, and then a second 4-month period for the final blend. The wine was aged for another year in the bottle before its release to market.
Color : Bright and intense red.
Aroma : Classic and elegant with aromas of red fruits, plums, and cherries intermingled with notes of tobacco and vanilla that lend tremendous complexity.
Palate : Intense and well structured with ripe tannins. This is an enveloping wine with magnificent fruit expression reflected in the long, broad finish.
Gastronomy : Aged cheeses, grilled red meats, pork, and well-seasoned dishes.
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