Grape: 100% Pais
Wine region: Maule Valley, Chile
Land: Mingre, interior dry land, 45 Kms from Pacific Ocean, 193 MASL.
Soil: Very old soil, granitic sandy loam, formed from granite from the Coastal Mountains, full of quartz and other minerals.
Yield: 12,000 to 14,000 kg/ha.
Harvest: Handpicked during second week of March.
Winemaking: In stainless steel tanks at 14-16°C for 21 days. Cold maceration for 12 hours at 8°C.
Tasting Notes: Delicate and elegant salmon color. The nose is intense, with a wide range of aromas, from white fruits to acid cherry aromas, it presents a floral touch which gives it an elegant and complex character.
In mouth is very fresh, with nerve and elegance.
Food Pairing: This Rosé is perfect for appetizers, fresh chees, toasts with tomato and garlic, peppers stuffed with feta cheese, green salads and olives.