San Antonio Valley

Small wine region located an hour west of Chile's capital, Santiago. The climate is heavily influenced by the effects of the ocean. The Humbolt Current brings cool morning mists and spring frosts, and is largely responsible for making viticulture possible here, as the valley is located much closer to the Equator than any European vineyard. Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay are the main varieties grown in the San Antonio Valley.

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  • Casa-Marin-Cartagena-Coastal-Red

    Casa Marin Cartagena Coastal Red 2017

    Garnacha a newer and very exciting red variety within the Casa Marín portfolio which was planted in 2010 in order to blend it with the cool climate Syrah. As deep as the aroma is, there is also a balance and freshness, an energy that allows the wine to be very playful and precocious, accented by the aroma of spice. The palate presents a great front-to-back seamlessness, with fine continuity and length. What gives this wine its length is the vibrant acid and balanced tannins. 13.9% alc



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