Cordillera Carménère has its origin in the famous Terroir of Peumo in the Cachapoal Valley. The valley is characterized by having a sub-humid Mediterranean climate, and its very warm days and very cold nights influenced by the Cachapoal River allow for a prolonged ripening period ideal for these vines.
The vineyard is on a foothill, on granite soils of colluvial origin with a clay loam texture and the presence of stones, offering very good drainage and low fertility. This is ideal for controlling vigor and obtaining very limited production of an excellent Carménère.
|Region||:||Cachapoal Valley, Chile|
|Tasting Notes||:||Very intense color. On the nose there is a wonderfully strong expression of the character of the Carménère variety (fruits of the forest, eucalyptus, and leather), with toasted notes (bay and clove), licorice, and black pepper. Very ample palate with rounded tannins. To finish, aromas of toasted bread and spices ending in a long aftertaste.|
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