This Carmenère comes from the De Martino vineyards in Isla de Maipo. They are planted on alluvial soils with gravel-sandy-clay textures, excellent drainage, and poor fertility, which naturally controls plant growth and results in wines with intense aromas of ripe red fruits and black pepper. Deep purple, with an intense, clean and fresh nose. Voluptuous, round, velvety, elegant and well balanced palate with a tasty finish. The white pepper and spice notes are well balanced with fresh red fruit aromas, giving real elegance to the wine.
This Carmenère comes from vertically planted vineyards (allowing optimal exposure and temperatures for ripening) located in the heart of the Colchagua Valley.
The wine possesses aromas of ripe blackberries, leather with spicy notes typical of the grape and an opulent dark fruity palate with rounded tannins.
This Carmenere comes from selected vineyards planted uphill in the Colchagua Valley. Both vineyards are managed in order to achieve low yields, close to seven tons/hectare and therefore, small and full concentrated grapes.
The viticultural management is carried out in accordance with organic principles, without any pesticide application and based on a controlled irrigation deficit and careful canopy distribution. Harvest is done by hand late on the season, in the last days of April, in order to get a complete ripeness of flavours and tannins.
Strong varietal character, with ripe fruity aromas of blackberries and herbs. White pepper and a hint of coffee add complexity to the nose. On the palate it is bright and juicy, with a silky texture and subtle oak notes at the finish.