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The name Superunda refers to the action of a Spanish nobleman during the tragic tsunami in El Callao, Lima, in 1746, where he used his wooden ships to help save the population affected by the great sea surge.

The man in question was José Antonio Manso de Velasco, who decided to overcome the devastation and take action, embarking on the reconstruction of Lima. He did such wonderful work that he earned the recognition of the local inhabitants and the King of Spain himself, who, in 1748, awarded Manso de Velasco with the noble title that he chose himself and says everything: Count of Superunda, which means “above the waves.”

Dense, elegant aroma with hints of black fruit jam (plum, blueberry) and underlying notes of toasted bread. Complex, fleshy and balanced on the palate, with long notes of jam and tobacco, leading to a pleasant, delicious finish.

Distance from the ocean and the Andes range:
85 kilometers from the ocean 45 kilometers from the Andes

Soils of fluvial and alluvial origin. Very deep clay loam, with the presence of small rounded clasts at different depths. Moderately acidic pH, with very low fertility.

Humid Mediterranean. Dry season in summer and wet in winter, with average annual precipitation of 500 millimeters. During the season, maximum temperatures easily reach 34°C, with minimums of 12°C–15°C, providing good temperature variation that is ideal for the ripening of the grapes.

  • 2016 93 Points LA CAV Mesa de Cata, Chile

  • 2015 93 Points Descorchados, Chile

  • 2014 Gold Medal AWOCA 2014, Brasil

  • 2014 Gold Medal International Spirits Challenge 2014, UK

  • 2014 90 Points Stephen Tanzer, USA

  • 2014 91 Points La Cav, Chile

  • 2013 Gold Medal Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, Belgium

  • 2013 91 Points Wine Enthusiast, USA

  • 2012 Double Gold Five Nations Wine Challenge, Chile

  • 2011 Grand Gold Medal CINVE, Spain

  • 2011 Regional Trophy Decanter, UK