Dark and deep red wine. Aromas of toasted cherry, cassis, cedar, blackberry, and slight hints of black pepper. Firm with a deep concentration of flavors. A delicate and almost silky texture frames soft tannins, which comes at the beginning of their long finish.
Denomination of Origin
Palo Santo Vineyard, D.O. Marchigüe, Colchagua Valley, banks of the Tinguiririca River.
The Palo Santo Vineyard is located 180 m above sea level and extends along the hills and terraces near the southern bank of the Tinguiririca River. The vines are from a pre-phylloxera field selection and vertically positioned.
Mediterranean, with an extended dry season. The temperatures are moderated by the influence of the Tinguiririca River and coastal breezes.
12 months in French oak barrels and foudres.
Colluvial, with gentle slopes of granitic origin as well as terraces formed by materials deposited by the Tinguiririca River.
"At the moment of creating a wine, I always expect it to express all its special features, all the essence of its grapes together with the character of the soil where it belongs. A unique combination that can be appreciated in its color, bouquet and flavors".Read more
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