Origin: Chile, Central Valley
These vineyards are located slightly closer to the Pacific Ocean and therefore receive some coastal breezes that
help keep temperatures in the summertime slightly cooler. Annual rainfall averages about 600 millimeters (23.6
inches) concentrated in winter months. The harvest method is mechanical during the second half of March, and it is
aged over its lees in stainless steel tanks for three months with oak contact.
Appearance: Bright ruby-red color and pink highlights
Nose: Expressive notes of cassis with a hint of mint.
Taste: The palate displays red cherries and plums, developing a medium body with soft tannins and a gentle finish.