Chile is a country whose length and geography give it a natural diversity that is unique in the world. Its climate, landscape and soils, among other features, allow for the existence of a great variety of birds that fly over the territory from North to South. Some of them are endemic, only being found in Chile, while others travel seasonally through the rest of South America. We have wanted to honor the qualities of our birds, assigning a variety of wine to each one and linking their different elements..
Unique and different wines are found in each bottle. Through the pictorial representation of the birds, they tell a story about their own characteristics.
Bright yellow color with faint green reflections. Deep aromatic impression with development of aromas of white peach, banana, lychee and a delicate citrus note, mixed with soft aromas of toasted hazelnut and vanilla. With a soft mouth and a voluminous and balanced structure. Good acidity, in which ripe subtropical fruit flavors reappear, with notes of vanilla and toasted hazelnuts. Persistent and elegant ending.
Valle del Loncomilla
8 months in French oak barrels, 20% first use, 40% second use and 40% third use.
13ºC / 55ºF
Our birds are diverse, colorful, authentic, free and unique. These are charac- teristics that also represent the wines that carry the name of 24 Chilean birds. Among them are the Magellanic woodpecker, the Juan Fernandez hummingbird, the Chilean plantcutter, the many-colored rush tyrant and the Chiloe wigeon. We have designed this range of wines to satisfy different tastes and occasions.