VOLCANES DE CHILE RESERVA CARMENERE
Soils of volcanic origin, formed from igneous rocks, both volcanic and intrusive in character. Loamy clay in texture, they have high minerality, medium fertility and good drainage. The average rainfall is 710 mm and average temperatures in the summer months vary between a minimum of 12°C-13°C up to a maximum of 32°C. This great daily temperature variation promotes a slow ripening and the correct development of the tannins.
Reserva Carménère reveals the typicity and elegance of its origins. A deep violet-red colour with intense aromas of red and black fruit, bitter chocolate, notes of herbs, toast, tobacco and olives. A fresh and broad mouth; nice palate with gentle and mature tannins, plus its typical black pepper and spicy character.