The Carignan and País come from an “ancestral” valley, where for hundreds of years the most emblematic varieties of our Chilean viticulture have witnessed a brave and daring mix. A valley whose tradition, customs and heritage are intact so that everyone has the honor of trying it today. A valley called… Maule Valley. In a very minor percentage, the Cinsault comes from the Itata Valley.
This brave mix of heritage delights our nose with a sweet berry jam that harmoniously meets species of nutmeg, cloves and licorice. On the palate it offers a fascinating and fresh journey that juicily delights, followed by a marked fruity conclusion. The Carignan delivers structure, color and mainly acidity.
Ideal to accompany your adventure with lean meats, game birds and pasta with white truffle or mushroom-based sauce.