Dark and deep red. Rich and deftly balanced yet muscular red, with layers of complex currant, spice, wild berry and plum. Show off a nice touch of vanilla oak and mocha, adding a nice dimension. Though tannic now, this wine should evolve. There’s already some complexity beginning to develop out of its firm, quiet, supple core.
Origin: Rapel Valley
Soil: River bench associated soils, deep alluvial clay loam.
Climate: Average; Strong Cachapoal River and Lake Rapel influences. Less in_uenced by the Andes.
Harvest: Hand picked. April 12th – April 22th.
Aging: 18 months in french oak barrels.