Profile : Located in the Central Valley at the upper reaches of the Cachapoal Valley, is one of Chile’s most historic wine growing valleys. In this valley lies the town of Rengo that is protected by the mountain range that creates an area cooler and more arid than the rest of the Valley. The Torreon de Paredes vineyard is situated in the heart of this valley and is flanked by the mighty Andes, which not only provides a stunning backdrop to the winery but also creates the dramatic contrasts between day and night temperatures which result in richer, juicier grapes.
Tasting Notes: Matured in French oak barrels for 12 months. Deep ruby-red colour. Aromas of red fruit with elegant vanilla and black chocolate nuances. Firm tannins and a long finish. Round and smooth with black forest fruit flavours, the soft and elegant. The mouthfeel is dense, powerful , round and balanced with noteworthy spice and liquorice length.