Notes of raspberry and crème de cassis. The aroma is intense, with touches of fresh fruit and a light hint of spices. In the mouth it is elegant, with a medium body. The tannins are smooth and round, with just enough oak to lend elegance and a persistent finish.
Chilean still red wine from Colchagua Valley Chile, made with Merlot.
In 1995, Edward Tutunjian was on vacation in Chile and fell in love with both the country and its surprising wines. He then decided to acquire his first vineyard, La Pancora, located in the prestigious Curicó Valley. Later in order to produce a variety of wines he bought 5 more estates; Manantiales in San Antonio, Hacienda San Juan de Pirque & Huaquen Estate in Maule, Alpatagua and El Huaico in Cochagua.