The grapes come from different growers in Chile’s Central Valley, where there is a predominance of alluvial soils in most areas. Medium Ruby red in color, Pronounced red currant aromas give an inkling of what’s to come as the juicy, red fruit flavors please the middle palate en route to a lengthy, velvety finish.
Central Valley is characterized by the alluvial soils, gravel, and sand. The area receives Mediterranean climate with moderate rainfall.
The vinification process of this wine is a mechanical harvest on the first week of April every year. Their wine is produced with controlled temperatures for 7 days. Malolactic fermentation happens within the stainless steel tanks.
Pairs well with beef, pasta, veal, and poultry dishes.