Near the Andes Mountains at an altitude between 500 and 700 meters above sea level, there is one of the valleys with the longest winemaking tradition in Chile, the Curicó Valley.

To the eye it boasts an intense and vivid color. A bold blend of plum, cherry and raspberry aromas, part of a melody of fragrances that includes a hint of black pepper and caramel, originating from the wood it rested on. Complex, smooth, powerful and structured, together with a seductive note of wood, makes it the perfect pairing to accompany your favorite dishes.

Ideal to accompany your adventure with red meats with sauces based on mushrooms, cheeses and game meats. Recommended for barbecues with friends.