Denomination of Origin
D.O. Maule, Maule Valley.
Villa Alegre y Lourdes Vineyard
Mediterranean with a long dry season. Distinguished by a constant fresh breeze coming from the Loncomilla River and significant thermal oscillations produced by the Andes Mountains during summertime.
Bunches are selected and destemmed, later transferred to fermentation tanks. This process is carried out in stainless steel tanks and lasts a total of 8 to 12 days. Malolactic fermentation is carried out naturally for 50% of the wine and is
added with selected crops for the other 50%. Then its aging 15 months in French oak barrels and fudges. Finally, stabilization occurs in a natural and untreated process.
Alluvial with a loamy texture.
Isabel earned her degree in Agricultural Engineering with a specialization in Enology from the Catholic University of Chile. She began her professional career with the 2011 harvest at Concha y Toro where she worked closely with winemaker Marcelo Papa (Enology Director).Read more