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Gran Reserva
Carmenere

Carménère is a french grape originally from Bordeaux. Nowadays however, Chile is the main grower and producer of this grape in the world.
We harvest the grapes during the first half of April, always seeking the balance between their most herbaceous compounds and their fruitier notes.
The grapes come from Almahue, in the commune of Peumo, which has been traditionally regarded for the quality of its Carménère.
We started developing this wine in 2017, and we are extremely proud of the results that we have obtained year after year.
The wine is fresh and with great structure, showing notes of berries, tobacco, vanilla and cedar.

Tasting Notes 2019

Plummy and ripe, with a hint of tobacco and spice. The mouthfeel is ample, with mouth-coating tannins and a long and pleasant finish.

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Tasting Notes 2018

Dark violet in colour, the wine starts with an aromatic explosion of blueberry, vanilla, tobacco, and loam. Smooth and open-knit on the palate, balancing velvety tannins and gentle acidity. Its plush texture, defined structure, and lingering notes of plums and dried herbs are typical of this variety.

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Testing Notes

Despite the warm season, this Carmenère has freshness and structure. Scents of black forest fruit and tobacco mingle with vanilla and cedary oak. Dense and concentrated, with gentle tannins and a chocolaty aftertaste.

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