90% Shiraz, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon.
This wine was made with grapes stemming from Viña San Pedro’s best vineyards planted on the slopes of Pencahue, a hilly sector within the Maule Valley. The vineyards are planted on gentle hillsides with moderately deep sandy-clay-loam to clay soils with medium sized stones near to the surface. The vines are vertically trellised and drip irrigated.
Color: intense violet red.
Aroma: plenty of fruit, especially black fruits such as blackberries, plums, and cherries, mingled with soft notes of spices, chocolate, and cedar.
Palate: a full-bodied wine, with rich fruit, medium concentration, and ripe tannins. It is very well integrated with the oak and presents a long finish.
Drink now or hold for 3 to 5 years.
Food & Wine Pairing
Ideal to pair with red meats, roast lamb, game meats, and ripe cheeses.
Serve best at 17°–18°C (63°–64°F).