Santa Digna was the name of the wayside crosses at a property in Spain. These crosses were used to mark boundaries, symbolizing good luck and protection for those setting out for remote lands. They were also used to name Miguel Torres first property in Chile and the first wine produced from this land. Cherry colour. Perfumed notes of plum and strawberry with hints of grapefruit
Santa Digna Cabernet Sauvignon rose is a Full-bodied with fine acidity on the palate. Elegant and sensual with a prolonged aftertaste.
Excellent as an aperitif or cured meat (e.g.ham, sausages and salami), and many pasta and vegetable dishes. Superb with oriental food. Serve at 8 –10ºC