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In the Maule Valley, terroirs with a high percentage of clay determine the mineral character of this wine. The cold evening breezes from the Andes mountains caress the vineyards, causing extreme fluctuations in temperature. The resulting wines are intense in colour, full of fresh fruit, highly concentrated and with mature tannins, delivering a well-balanced palate.
An intense red-purple coloured wine. On the bouquet aromas of black plums, tobacco and mild spices combine with smoky notes. This wine has a velvety palate with silky, sweet tannins, black pepper, tobacco and dominant notes of ripe black plums with gentle, toasty nuances that create a fresh and lingering finish.
Serve at between 16°C (61ºF) and 18°C (64ºF)
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