Variety / Style
- 65% Chardonnay
- 35% Pinot Noir
Denomination of Origin (D.O.)
- Nueva Aurora and San Julián Vineyards, D.O. Limarí, Limarí Valley.
Associated with the southern bank of the Limarí River, with red clay and the presence of calcium carbonate.
Coastal. Cool coastal breezes that blow directly into the valley moderate the temperatures and work with the typical foggy mornings and indirect light on the grapes during much of the day to enable the long, slow ripening process that leads to fresher wines.
Marcelo holds a degree in Enology from the Universidad Católica de Chile and he has followed a successful career in Viña Concha y Toro, nowadays as Technical Director. Since 1998, he’s been in charge of the range Casillero del Diablo. A year later, he took on the responsibility of Marques de Casa Concha, one of the best-known and traditional brands of Chile.