From 2 vineyards in Maipo Valley: one in the Isla de Maipo area on a Quarternary alluvial terrace; one in the foothills of the Coastal Mountain Range, with an abundance of unaltered, angular volcanic rock. The vineyards use the traditional trellis method, with a double Guyot and ungrafted vines. Dark red color with violets tints. Medium intensity on the nose, with aromas of red fruits, spices, black pepper and licorice. On the palate it is balanced, well structured, with dark chocolate, licorice again, juicy, firm tannins. Long finish.