CASABLANCA VALLEYWith soils that are granitic on the plains and clayey on the hillsides. The climate is highly influenced by the Pacific Ocean, ensuring that grapes ripen slowly.
In the WineryTemperatures during the 2014 season in Casablanca were lower than a normal year, which made for intensity in the aromas and flavours of the grapes. These conditions led to a slow, gentle ripening of the grapes and to very expenssive wines being obtained, with great fruity intensity.
Harvest:First week in April.
Ageing:8 months in barrels of French oak.
In the Glass
Colour:Bright red with ruby highlights.
Aroma:Fresh red and black fruits, floral and with a light touch of spice.
Flavour:Fresh and elegant, with juicy acidity and a texture of silk and velvet.
Match Food:Seared tuna, salmon, carpaccio of ostrich or beef and magret of duck.