D.O.: Central Valley:It is the heartland of the Chilean wine industry that holds all of Chile’s major producers, wine regions and vineyards. A wide variety of wine styles can be found in this large area, from many different terroirs. They range from the best known northern Maipo, to the older, more-established vineyards of Maule; from the coastal plains of western Colchagua to the Andean foothills of Puente Alto.
Harvest: By hand.
Vine per ha: 6.000 /ha.
Yield: 10 ton/ha
Winemaking: Traditional in stainless steel tanks with an average length of 8-12 days, and temperatures about 24-26°C.
Ageing: 6 months in used French barrels.