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San Pedro 1865 Single Vineyard Carmenere Reserva 2010

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Colour: Pale red in colour with violet flecks. Aroma: high aromatic intensity, with notes that recall violets, roses, and red fruits, as well as gently toasted oak and vanilla notes resulting from oak barrel aging. Palate: It is fresh on the palate, light in body, and moderate in acidity, revealing rose and oak notes in an elegant finish with prolonged duration.

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Color: Red
Varietal: Carmenère
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Viña San Pedro:
Founded in 1865, Viña San Pedro figures among the largest and oldest Chilean wine exporters and is one of the country’s most important wineries, with presence in more than 80 markets on all five continents with its brands Cabo de Hornos, 1865 Single Vineyard, Castillo de Molina, 35°South, and GatoNegro. This wide brand portfolio allows it to target a great variety of consumers throughout the wo... Read more
Founded in 1865, Viña San Pedro figures among the largest and oldest Chilean wine exporters and is one of the country’s most important wineries, with presence in more than 80 markets on all five continents with its brands Cabo de Hornos, 1865 Single Vineyard, Castillo de Molina, 35°South, and GatoNegro. This wide brand portfolio allows it to target a great variety of consumers throughout the world. San Pedro’s main plantations, the winery and the centenary underground cellar are located in Molina, at the Curicó Valley, 200 Km south from Santiago. An area gifted with gentle rolling hills and frank soils on volcanic tuff, with privileged climatic and geographical conditions for grape-growing. Here, San Pedro owns one of the largest continuous areas of vineyards in South America, with 1,200 hectares. But besides this, San Pedro counts with more than 1,500 hectares planted all along the Central Valley and in other Chile’s main viticulture valleys, such as Elqui, Casablanca, San Antonio-Leyda, Maipo, Cachapoal, Maule and Bío-Bío, being always in search of new and better origins and flavors for its wines. Today, VSPT is the second largest Chilean wine exporter and stands at the first place of the fine wine’s segment in the domestic market. Read less

Colour: Pale red in colour with violet flecks. Aroma: high aromatic intensity, with notes that recall violets, roses, and red fruits, as well as gently toasted oak and vanilla notes resulting from oak barrel aging. Palate: It is fresh on the palate, light in body, and moderate in acidity, revealing rose and oak notes in an elegant finish with prolonged duration.

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