50% terroir of Lolol and 50% terroir of Apalta.
Dark cherry red colour, bright and very deep.
The nose is intense and complex. Shows hints of dark fruits (blackcurrant, blackberry) well mixed with notes of eucalyptus and spice such as black pepper and cinnamon.
On the palate, this unique wine shows a powerful structure with unctuous tannins that reflect the perfect ripeness of the grape. The backbone, well balanced by the acidity, gives a long and complex finish, with aromas of plum marmelade mixed with spices.
The wine-growing season began with the most severe frosts seen in Chile since 1929. Despite our well-protected location in Lolol, we did suffer some damage, and yields were lower than usual, especially for the whites.
The beginning of the summer was fairly hot, until mid-January. After that it remained very dry, but was considerably cooler (especially at night). What should have been an early year ended up being just as late as 2013.
Grilles meats (steak, pork chops,...), rack of lamb with herbs.
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