Located in Central Chile; the Colchagua Valley forms the lower half of the much more well-known Rapel Valley, and the region has been growing grapes since the 16th Century. Franciscan monks who brought viticulture over from Spain at the time of the Conquistadors were the area’s first winemakers, and even today much of the techniques are still used, especially in the wineries of Santa Cruz, which lies at the heart of the valley. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are some of the area’s most widely planted grapes, and the region’s terroir can often lend a richer, deep flavour to the grapes, due to the dry, volcanic soil.
This is an En Primeur Wine, which is currently lying at the Chateau/Domaine and is not available for immediate delivery.
Price is exclusive of VAT, Duty and Delivery. Duty and VAT must be paid separately before delivery can take place.
Wines can only be purchased by the unmixed case and are usually delivered two years after the vintage. Storage charges may apply.