Every morning in the Maule Valley, the sun rises over the Andes beginning a ritual that unites land and vine. These rain fed vineyards within the coastal range hold some of the oldest Carignan vines in the world, many of them dating back more than 80 years. This variety, rescued from oblivion, is undoubtedly one of Chile’s great treasures. Intensely pigmented colour of ruby. Floral and fruity aroma on a background of toasted notes from the cask
On the palate it’s expansive and develops beautifully. The notes in its aroma are now complemented by hints of bay and mint
Ideal with patés, duck con t, rice with meat or vegetables, delicatessens, roast or barbecued beef, ragouts and beans stews.