Parcela #7 has the qualities missing in so many modern wines. It has a subtle red currant and redberry-scented bouquet with touches of sous-bois, hazelnut and aromatic herbs that are very attractive. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins and pure red berry fruit mixed with black peppe, sage and cured meats. It is very well-balanced and fresh, the finish supple and in tune with the oak. A wine to drink and drink...

Denomination of Origin Panquehue, Aconcagua Valley, Chile.
Limited production 95.000 bottles

Cab. Sauvignon 40%
Petit Verdot 30%
Merlot 15%
Cab. Franc 15%

Vineyard and Yield

High planting density, 5500 vines per hectare, planted in 1998. Vertical shoot system drip irrigation.
9.6 tons per hectare

Oak barrel aging: 14 months