One of the oldest Bordeaux grape varieties enhanced on the terroir of the Colchagua region!
This red wine from the Carmenère grape, long confused with Merlot, offers us an aromatic wine focused on ripe fruit. Spices, vanilla and toast blend together and bring great richness to the wine! What more could you ask for? Go to characteristics
The nose reveals aromas of red fruits, such as blackcurrant, enhanced by subtle notes of basil and flowers.
On the palate, the wine is full of fleshy tannins and shows a good balance between freshness, acidity and body.
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Food and wine matching
Red meat, Game meat, Mushroom, Worldwide Dishes, Cheese
Rack of lamb, fillet of beef with rosemary.
In the 2000s, François and his brother Jacques found the perfect location in the Colchagua Valley. They bought 200 hectares there, in an area that had never been used for viticulture at the time. However, this region is a prime location for viticulture, between the oceanic climate, the thermal amplitude, and the different microclimates. Taking advantage of their expertise acquired throughout the world and environmentally friendly viticulture, they make remarkable wines with a unique personality. The estate is now worked in biodynamics and organic farming. Today the estate has 28 hectares of vineyards located on the "Ruta del Vino", in a beautiful location famous for its wines.