Carmín de Peumo is Chile’s first iconic Carmenere. A wine that faithfully reflects its origin, the terroir of Peumo, it has been widely praised by world critics. Carmín de Peumo boosts the development of Carmenere at the global level and positions Peumo as the best Chilean location for the production of this French grape variety.
Cabernet Sauvignon 7.5%
Cabernet Franc 6.5%
Peumo, Cachapoal Valley
Peumo Vineyard, D.O. Peumo, Cachapoal Valley (Carmenere); Pirque Viejo Vineyard, D.O. Pirque, Maipo Valley (Cabernet Sauvignon); Puente Alto Vineyard, D.O. Puente Alto, Maipo Valley (Cabernet Franc).
The Peumo Vineyard is located 170 m above sea level and extended along the Cachapoal River, on terraces of hills of the Coastal Mountains. The vines come from pre-phylloxera cuttings and are trellised to vertical shoot position and cordon pruned. The soils are deep with an upper layer of clay that retains moisture, which controls the vines’ vigor and growth and allows them to remain active through late May, when the Carmenere is picked.
Deep alluvial silty-clay soil associated with riverbed. The clay retains water, which contributes to good ripening of the grapes. The characteristics of the retention are perfect for controlling the growth of the plants.
Sub-humid Mediterranean. Warm days and cool nights. The influence of the Cachapoal River helps lower the nighttime temperatures during the summer, which encourages the grapes to ripen more slowly.
17 months in French oak barrels.
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