Viu Manent

El Incidente – Ninth Edition 2017

August 2019

The grapes come from a selection of our best vineyards on the Viu Manent propery in the Colchagua Valley. The Carménère comes from the La Capilla vineyard, the Malbec from the San Carlos vineyard, and the Petit Verdot from the El Olivar vineyard.

Tasting Notes
Intense red-violet in color. The nose is elegant, complex, and expressive, with notes of black pepper, sweet spices, and violets, plus a mix of red and black fruit. The palate is lively, with energy and big structure with fine, elegant tannins, smooth texture, and a clear expression of origin

Food pairing
Ideal for meat dishes with personality, like duck confit, wild boar loin, lamb, or dishes with curry. Also cheeses like provolone with Rosemary. Service temperature of 17–18ºC, ideally decanted prior to serving. Aging potential of 10 years.

Carménère 90%, Malbec 8%, Petit Verdot 2%.


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