Colchagua, Chile

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  • Wine
    Romano, also called C├ęsar Noir, is a variety that was introduced in France by the Roman Legions that arrived in Burgundy and that have been present in our original vineyards in the Colchagua Valley since 1912, introduced by the first generation of the family, which arrived in Chile from Bordeaux, France. It is a lush and pleasing wine with good body and colour, aromas of tea, almonds and red fruits. The palate delivers a pleasing sensation of acidity and natural sweetness.
  • Gran Reserva Carmenere is aged in oak barrels for 12 months, it is a deep red colour with the flavours of fresh fruit and a mild spiced. It is smooth on the palate with a great texture and sweet tannins.
  • An immediately appealing nose is deep and cedary and offers plentiful blackberry, tobacco, vanilla and mocha aromas. While this is a touch choppy and tannic in feel, it's also far from dull. Chocolaty oak forms the top and bottom layers of the flavor profile, with blackberry and spiced plum in the middle. A toasty finish with smoky oak