||A spring with little rain and warm temperatures that gradually increased towards the summer kept the vines in good health and promised a good quality harvest. The absence of frost during the spring ensured an excellent bud break, flowering and setting of the fruit. The grapes ripened slowly, which fostered balanced acidity and optimal concentration of sugar.
|Composition of the land
||The land is composed of clayish-sandy soils and granite soils.
||The grapes were hand-picked very early in the morning to preserve their flavours and aromas. The harvests started in Casablanca, continued in the Colchagua Andes and ended in the Leyda Valley.
||It is perfect as an aperitif, but to experience its full potential, serve with seafood or a salad.