Varietal: 85% Carmenère, 13% Syrah, 2% Petite Syrah.
Denomination: D.O. Aconcagua Valley (Chile).
Alcohol content: 13,5% vol.
Serving temperature: 15°- 17°C.
Limpid, ruby red in color, with great consistency.
The nose is intense, of fine quality and with a wide range of aromas. There are hints of dehydrated red flowers, hints of ripe fruit, almost in jam, which are accompanied by notes of toasted hazelnut and cinnamon. Graphite nuance in the finish.
The sip is moderately tannic, pleasant, quite balanced in its components. Closing with notes of toasting and a slight, almost imperceptible, balsamic nuance.
It is recommended in combination with choripàn.
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