Carmenere, once called the lost grape of Bordeaux, was wiped out in Europe for years before plantings were discovered in Chile as recently as 1994. These pure, ungrafted, and phylloxera-free rootstock in Colchagua Valley produce grapes of excellent quality and high varietal typicity. On the nose, ripe aromas of blackberry and baking spice. The palate is fruit-forward with plum, cherry, and a hint of smoke. Pair with chilli, stew, roasted eggplant, and rich cheeses.