The 2016 vintage:
The season was characterized by a cold spring, and medium and maximum temperatures were lower than the last season. The summer was hot and dry but with the average slightly higher maximum temperatures than the average of the previous season. Rainfall were in winter season, but it registered an unusual rain in March, that wasn't dangerous for the phytosanitary condition in the fruit.
Clusters and grains were selected and brought into the tanks gravitationally.
The wine is produced from several vineyards. Within the same blocks, they identify the parcels with the best characteristics for each grape varietal.
Denomination of Origin: Maipo Andes Valley
69% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Syrah, 10% Petit Verdot, 8% Carmenere, 2% Malbec
Vineyard altitude: 770 meters above sea level
Soil: Colluvial origin, Clay loam.
Climate: Sub humid Mediterranean with big influence of the Andes Mountains.
Total Acidity: 5.4 g/L
RS: 2.1 g/L