Rose

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We bring the oldest variety back from the past, a grape that arrived in Chile in the 17th century. The País variety, grown by many small farmers, had been all but forgotten.

Pale pink color highlighting the fine, persistent mousse. Fruity notes (red and citrus fruits) predominate on the nose, while the wine’s fresh, wild character on the palate is typical of the age-old País variety.

Pairing:

Cake, Shellfish, Fish

  • 2016 Gold Medal Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships, UK

  • 2016 World Champion Classic Brut Style From A Non Classic Grape 2016 Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships, UK

  • 2016 Best Chilean Sparkling Wine 2016 Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships, UK

  • 2016 Gold Medal Six Nation Wine Challenge, Australia

  • 2016 90 Points LA CAV Mesa de Cata 2017, Chile

  • 2016 92 Points Descorchados 2017, Chile

  • 2015 92 Points Descorchados 2016, Chile

  • 2014 91 Points LA CAV Mesa de Cata, Chile

  • 2014 91 Points Descorchados 2015, Chile

  • 2013 Gold Medal. Best In Category

  • 2013 Gold Medal Six Nations Wine Challenge, Sydney

  • 2013 92 Points Guía Mujer y Vino 2014, Chile

  • 2012 Gold Medal Annual Wines Of Chile Awards, Chile

  • 2012 Double Gold Medal Five Nation Wine Challenge, Chile

Blanc de Noirs

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We bring the oldest variety back from the past, a grape that arrived in Chile in the 17th century. The País variety, grown by many small farmers, had been all but forgotten.

Fine and persistent bubbles. Hints of red and citrus fruits dominate on the nose. On the palate, fresh, lively, and genuine,  characteristic of the ancestral País varietal.

Pairing:

Cake, Shellfish, Fish