Appearance: Intense ruby red colour

Nose: The intensity of aromas on the nose presents black and red fruits and a great mineral content coming from the granite that constitutes the soil

Palate: The richness is allied to elegance, soft tannins, and a fine acidity that keeps things fresh & vibrant and the finish is long, multi-layered, and expansive. Complex and with notable structure from the tannins suggesting cellaring potential, delicious now but likely to gain ever greater interest with time

Food Pairing: Fine cuts of beef: fillet, porterhouse, Tomahawk steak; roast game, vegetable ‘steaks’

About the Wine: Sourced from the Pumanque vineyard located 34 km from the Pacific Ocean in a straight line, at an altitude of 238 metres above sea level. The soil here is composed of granite, with large amounts of quartz stones with different degrees of fragmentation. It is deep and permeable, which allows good root growth. The harvest took place between March 18 and April 5, beginning with Syrah, then Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and ending with Carmenere. Aging for 17 months in French oak barrels 9% new and 91% used to have aromas and flavours of oak that serve only as a complement to the freshness, energy and expression of the “terroir” of the wine. It has very good aging potential, which will allow the complexity to increase even more as it ages in the bottle

Country: Colchagua Valley, Chile

Grape Variety: 69% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Petit Verdot, 10% Carmenere, 5% Syrah

ABV: 14%

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