In the portfolio of Chilean wines, the Mourvèdre is practically unknown. Santa Carolina produce this unique variety in a 12 years old wine parcel in Pichidegua, a warm sub zone of Peumo, in the Cachapoal valley. The land in this area, in the shape of semi-circle, is old, granitic, clayey, and barely fertile. The climate is influenced by the freshness coming from the basin of the Cachapoal river, moderating the area's temperatures.
10 months in second-use barrel
Aromas: strawberries, saffron and sweet spices like cinnamon.
Palate: balance, freshness, medium body, and soft tannins make up this a deep and elegant wine.