Varietal: Carmenere (41%), Cabernet Sauvignon (30%), Syrah (28%), Cabernet Franc (1%)
D.O.: Rapel (Cachapoal D.O. and Colchagua D.O.)
Cachapoal: The valley enjoy several weather allowing different kind of farming. Gentle breezes of the Pacific Ocean and clayey soils create a beautiful synergy giving way to one of the most prominent producing regions of Carmenère in the country.
Colchagua: The lower altitude and costal hills allow a perfect interaction between breeze from the pacific and winds from the Andes cooling temperatures of the valley. These climate conditions extend ripening process and preserve grapes’ acidity, giving wines better colours, freshness and better ageing capacities.
Harvest: By hand
Vine per hectare: 6.000 /ha
Yeald: 5 ton/ha
Winemaking: Traditional in stainless steel tanks with an average length of 30 days, and temperatures about 24-26°C.
Ageing: 12 to 16 months in French oak barrels, 50% new and 50% used.