Particularly hot and dry conditions in 2019 enabled the grapes to reach optimum maturity.
Lower than average rainfall, concentrated almost entirely during the winter, combined with slightly higher-than-average temperatures ensured perfect conditions for the vine growth cycle, enabling the grapes to reach optimum aromatic and phenolic maturity.
These exceptional conditions generated natural concentration while preserving balance and refinement, allowing the grapes to achieve the purest expression of the identity of each terroir.
As a result, the wines express all the generosity and power of Chile while remaining elegant and silky.
Offering excellent ageing potential, 2019 is one of the great Chilean vintages.
The wine is matured in 30% new oak barrels and 70% one-year-old oak barrels for 12 to 14 months.
This wine is made entirely from the same grape variety even though the requirement under chilean law is only 75%. Cabernet Sauvignon gives balanced wines with well-rounded tannins and blackcurrant, pepper and liquorice flavours. The wines have considerable ageing potential and their structure becomes rounder with time.
Forest fruits - Black pepper - Intense - Fruity
Intense ruby-red colour with brilliant purple highlights.
A very delicate, generous nose rich in aromas of forest fruits such as cherry, blueberry, blackcurrant and cranberry, mingled with spicy notes of black pepper and rosemary, as well as subtle aromas of cedar imparted by oak ageing.
Starts off very elegant and subtle, with incredible richness on the mid-palate, along with good structure and body, and well-balanced acidity.
The texture is delicate and velvety. Reveals a long, well-balanced finished marked by aromas of red berries and a return to notes of black pepper.
A wine characterized by elegance and finesse with excellent ageing potential.