Sauvignon Blanc

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

This wine is a fresh pale gold color and has harmonious aromas recalling ripe tropical fruits layered over notes of apple and fennel. It is silky on the palate, with good acidic structure and a long finish.

Pairing:

Fish, Shrimp, Paella

  • 2014 Gold Medal Berliner Wein Trophy 2014, Germany

  • 2014 90 Points LA CAV Mesa de Cata, Chile

  • 2012 Gold Medal Korea Wine Challenge, Korea

  • 2012 90 Points Descorchados 2013, Chile

Gewurztraminer

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

Yellow in color. Floral and honeyed aromas. Smooth on the palate with elegant notes of tropical fruits and aromatic intensity perfectly balanced with the acidity.

Pairing:

Fish, Shrimp

  • 2014 90 Points Descorchados 2015, Chile

Chardonnay

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

Brilliant pale yellow, with greenish tones. Mango and apricot predominate on the nose, enriched with citrus touches. A great balance of density and acidity on the palate, with a very fruity aftertaste.

Pairing:

Baked fish, Turkey, Chicken

  • 2013 91 Points Guía Mujer y Vino 2014, Chile

Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

Cherry color. Perfumed notes of plum and strawberry with underlying grapefruit aromas. Plenty of body on the palate, with smooth acidity. Elegant, sensual development toward a long finish.

Pairing:

Jerked Meats, Pasta Dishes, Empanada, Sushi

  • 2016 Double Gold Medal Sakura Japan Women’s Wine Awards, Japan

  • 2015 Double Gold Medal Sakura Japan Women’s Wine Awards, Japan

  • 2011 Gold Medal Mundus Vini, Germany

  • 2011 Gold Medal Catad’Or Grand W Competition, Chile

  • 2010 Gold Medal Mundus Vini, Germany

  • 2010 Gold Medal Catad’Or Grand Hyatt Wine Awards, Chile

  • 2010 Gold Medal Catad’Or Grand Hyatt Wine Awards, Chile

  • 2010 Gold Medal Expovinos, Venezuela

Pinot Noir

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

Intense, elegant aroma, with elements of cherry and spices. The wine is delicate and fresh on the palate, with notes of vanilla.

Pairing:

Fish, Venison, Pork

  • 2016 Gold Medal Sélections Mondiales des Vins, Canada

  • 2014 90 Points LA CAV Cata de Vino, Chile

  • 2013 90 Points Guía Mujer y Vino 2014, Chile

Merlot

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

Aromas of plum and blackberry preserves mixed with touches of vanilla and licorice. Inviting and elegant on the palate, enriched with toasted notes from the oak aging and a long, spicy finish.

Pairing:

Meat, Soup, Baked fish

  • 2011 Gold Medal International Wine Challenge, UK

Carmenere

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

Cherry color with soft blackberry aromas and balsamic notes of eucalyptus finishing with a delicious hint of mandarin orange. This wine is elegant on the palate, with soft tannins delivering nuances of leather and spices. The aging in French oak provides a pleasant toasted background.

Pairing:

Meat, Soup, Baked fish

  • 2012 90 Points Descorchados 2013, Chile

  • 2011 90 Points WineReviewOnline.com, USA

Cabernet Sauvignon

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

Ruby color with flashes of fire. Luscious varietal aroma with rich underlying notes of leather and licorice. On the palate, it is characterized by the silkiness of the tannins and the elegant finish.

Pairing:

Meat, Jerked Meats, Empanada, Quail

  • 2016 91 Points LA CAV 2017 Mesa de Cata, Chile

  • 2014 90 Points Descorchados 2015, Chile

  • 2013 90 Points Guía Mujer y Vino 2014, Chile

  • 2011 Gold Medal Mundus Vini 2011, Germany

  • 2011 Gold Medal Catad’Or Grand W Competition, Chile

  • 2011 Gold Medal Expovinos, Peru

  • 2010 Gold Medal Mundus Vini 2011, Germany

Syrah

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

Since we arrived in Chile in 1979, we have begun interesting wine experiments with different varieties. One of them, Syrah, did not seem to find the best habitat in Curicó, so, after some years, we took it to Linares, 140 kilometers to the south. There, in poor, well-drained soils, the Syrah vines produce small but excellent harvests. Appreciate the intense purplish color and the aroma with notes of small black fruits, violet, and redcurrant.
The aging in French oak provides underlying flavors of vanilla and smooth toasted notes.

Pairing:

Meat, Pasta Dishes, Sushi

Sauvignon Blanc Alcohol Free

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The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.

The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.

Exhibits a fresh color of light gold and a symphony of aromas that bring to mind ripening tropical fruits over a base of apples and fennel. The palate is silky with a good acidic structure.  The dealcoholization process only extracts alcohol maintaining all the aroma and flavor of the wine.

Pairing:

Shellfish, Fish, Pasta Dishes