Origin: Curico, Chile
Grape Varieties: Carmenère Reserve
Vintage: 2011 (Own Vineyards, Estate Bottled)
Alcohol Content: 13.5 %
From vineyards located at the lower slopes of the Curico Valley. Geographic diversity, a varied micro-cliamte, the soil along with the influences of the Pacific Ocean priviledge Chile with the ability to enrich the quality of their wines. Located in the central valley, an important wine-growing zone in Chile with its changes in soil and climate which produce wines from a unique variety of vines, bringing to your table our exceptional work that with respect and care for nature we obtain from the grapevine.
Color: Deep Garnet Colored
Nose: Generous aroma of ripe red fruits, spice and toasted French oak.
Taste: A silky, creamy, full bodied mouth-feel with firm tannins balance the ripe red fruit to produce an enjoyable finish.
Food Pairing: Best paired with poultry, hors d’oeuvres and pastas.
Serving Temperature: Best served between 16° and 18° C.
• Scored 90 points with the Dionysian Society International
• 2011 Bronze Medal winner San Francisco International Wine Competition
• 2013 Bronze Medal winner San Francisco International Wine Competition
• A John Mahoney Selection “Best Buy”