Vultur refers to "Condor de Los Andes" (Vultur Gryphus). The condor's peaceful and perpetual flight inspires them to fulfil their dreams and goals of making premium wines. It was in 2010, after a long period of wine world experiences, when Vultur set its roots in the small country town of Doñihue just outside of Rancagua, known as the heart of the "Chilean Rodeo". They are committed to expressing in each Vultur wine the character of the grape as well as the sensation of terroir that lifts the Condor as it takes flight toward the heights of the Andes.
This is a textured wine with smooth tannins. The mouth sensation of this wine is large and has good volume.The elegance of the Petit Verdot combines perfectly with the liveliness and freshness of the Carignan – achieving an in mouth sensation of great balance and tenor. The nose of this wine is slightly spicy, offering notes of raspberries, signature of the Carignan.
An ideal acompaniment for meat dishes. Try with grilled steak, spicy pork, lamb and all types of game and sausage.
Robert Pchker, Wine Advocate, 2019: 95/85% Petit Verdot, 150 points.