Rayuela

Rayuela is an invitation to enjoy life as simple as it is, seducing consumers with the Ludic Latin way of life.

The wines in the Winemaker´s Selection series are extraordinary examples of the definition of their region and variety, which contributes to the complexity and personality of each wine. These are small productions made with premium quality grapes from specific sectors of the Colchagua Valley.

Tasting Notes

Intense cherry red with complex aromas of red fruits, black currants, and cherries with herbal notes, fresh leather, cedar, and cigar box. Refreshing palate features great structure with rich texture, subtle mineral notes, and great depth on the finish.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine come from a selection of the best sectors of blocks 1, 2, 3, and 4 of our La Capilla Vineyard near the town of Peralillo in the Colchagua Valley. These blocks of Cabernet Sauvignon average of 22 years in age.

Tasting Notes

This limited edition wine presents an intense dark-purple color. The nose is intense and elegant with aromas of red and blue fruits, violets, and subtle notes of spice. The well-balanced and very complex palate has tremendous structure and pronounced acidity. This wine has a well-defined sense of origin.

Vineyard

These grapes come from the best sectors of the Malbec Blocks 5 and 6 at the San Carlos estate near Cunaco, in the heart of the Colchagua Valley. The vineyard was planted more than 100 years ago.

Tasting Notes

Deep and intense violet in color. The nose is complex, elegant, and fresh with a predominance of red fruits and sweet spices along with fine notes of olives and pencil lead that reflect its place of origin. The fresh and vertical palate is loaded with character with very good central structure, rich texture. Fluid and fruity with an outstanding long and mineral finish.

Vineyard

El Olivar, located near the town of Peralillo in the Colchagua Valley. The plantation has an average age of 14 years.

The Rayuela (hopscotch) is one of the most popular games worldwide. Its origin is uncertain, but it is related to linear games known in times of civilizations Aegean, Greek and Roman.

“You just need a side walk, chalk and a Stone to play Rayuela (Hopscotch), we invite you to enjoy this Wine as simple as the game”.

Tasting Notes

A deep, dark ruby-red in color, with a nose marked by elegant and intense aromas of red fruit, cassis, and berries, accompanied by subtle toasted notes. On the palate this wine is moderately concentrated, with tannins that are notable but ripe and well rounded at the same time. Presents a good balance of tannins, acidity, and oak that leads to a fresh and pleasing finish.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine came primarily from the 60-year-old Cabernet Sauvignon vines of our San Carlos vineyard, located near Cunaco in the Colchagua Valley.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

From a great vintage in Chile, this Malbec is pure pleasure, with lively color and fruity aromas recalling plums and ripe cherries along with delicate floral notes and flavors of chocolate and vanilla. This flavor-packed wine with tremendous texture is excellent with all types of grilled or roasted meats.

Ideal served at 16º–18ºC.

Tasting Notes

Intense cherry red with a violet hue. The nose is complex and elegant with aromas of red fruits, cherries, plums, sweet spices, violets, and blonde tobacco. The medium-bodied palate is very well balanced and has fresh acidity. This is an intense and vibrant wine with character and a long, pleasing finish.

Vineyard

The grapes came primarily from the vineyards at our Fundo San Carlos estate near Cunaco in the Colchagua Valley. The blocks average 25 years in age.

Tasting Notes

Ruby-red with a violet hue. The nose presents great character and is marked by intense and elegant aromas of red and black fruits, berries, blueberries, cassis, plums, black pepper, damp earth, and blonde tobacco. The palate has medium structure with good balance and chalky tannins (typical of its origin in the La Capilla vineyard) leading to a long and complex finish.

Vineyard

La Capilla, located near Peralillo in the Colchagua Valley. The blocks of Carmenere average 22 years in age.

Tasting Notes

Light greenish-yellow in color. The nose is complex with aromas of green apple, citrus, and white flowers with a mineral note. The palate presents very good volume with excellent acidity and freshness as well as a subtle saline note that lends complexity and character of place.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine come from a vineyard in the Litueche sector in the extreme north of the Colchagua Valley, 18 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean. Its proximity to the sea lends a strong maritime influence that leads to long, slow ripening period that increases its great potential for quality.

Rayuela is an invitation to enjoy life as simple as it is, seducing consumers with the Ludic Latin way of life.

This line of young and enjoyable fruity wines is ideal for any occasion. Each wine faithfully expresses the characteristics, aromas and flavors of its variety grown in the Colchagua Valley.

Vineyard
The grapes for this wine primarily come from the San Carlos Vineyard located near Cunaco in the Colchagua Valley. The Cabernet Sauvignon blocks were planted more than 100 years ago.

Tasting Notes
Deep red color with berry, blackcurrant, and ripe fig aromas and a subtle note of wild spices on the nose. The palate offers good structure, with tannins, acidity, and oak all in good balance, providing balanced, elegant body. Serve at 18ºC.

Food pairing
An excellent alternative for slow-cooked beef. Baked meat with roasted potatoes. Aged cheeses. Service temperature of 16–18ºC. Cellar up to 4 years.

Vineyard
From different Carmenere vineyards in the Colchagua Valley and with an average age of 18 years.

Tasting Notes 

Deep, dark violet-red in color. The nose presents aromas of red and black fruits such as blackberries and red and black cherries accompanied by a light note of black pepper. The palate is well balanced and pleasing with good volume, silky tannins, and a smooth texture.

Food Pairing
Versatile to accompany a variety of dishes from pasta to Chilean food like charquicán vegetable-jerky stew or Chilean-style corn humitas with onion and tomato salad. Spiced dishes. Service temperature of 16–17ºC. Cellar up to 4 years.

Vineyard
Made with grapes from distinct vineyards in the Colchagua Valley, with a large percentage coming from the San Carlos estate, located near the town of Cunaco. The rest comes from vineyards located in the piedmont of the Andes Mountain Range.

Tasting Notes

Pale yellow in color, clean and bright. The nose is expressive with fruit notes like melon, exotic fruit, and subtle citrus notes. On the palate the wine is very fresh, fruit-forward, intense, subtlety mineral, with a long finish.

Food pairing
Great with sautéed shellfish, crab and cheese gratin, Caesar salad. With cheeses like Brie or Camembert. Service temperature of 10ºC. Drink young.

Vineyard
The grapes for this wine come from two vineyards in the Colchagua Valley. The first is the Fundo San Carlos near Cunaco, where the blocks average 20 years in age. The second is located in the Litueche zone near the Colchagua coast, just a little more than 20 kilometers from the sea, which lends freshness, natural acidity, and aromatic intensity to the wine.

Tasting Notes
Light yellow in color. The nose is fresh and fruity, with aromas of pineapple, white peach, and pear. The palate is refreshing with good balance and bright acidity, leading to a long, mineral finish.

Food pairing
Ideal for seafood dishes like ceviche, oysters, and clams. With goat cheese or on its own as an aperitif. Service temperature of 7–9ºC. Drink young.

Vineyard
This wine is from different Malbec vineyards planted in the Colchagua Vallley 16 years ago on average.

Tasting Notes
A deep violet-red color, on the nose this wine offers outstanding berry aromas along with subtle notes of sweet herbs and blond tobacco. The palate features good volume and structure combined with well-proportioned tannins and acidity that gives rise to an enjoyable, balanced finish.

Food Pairing
Try with sweet and sour dishes like pork ribs, grilled hamburgers, or eggplant stew. Service temperature of 16–18ºC. Drink young, or cellar up to 4 years.

Vineyard
The grapes for this wine come from different Merlot vineyards in the Colchagua Valley with an average age of 18 years.

Tasting Notes
Violet red in color with an abundance of fresh red fruit aromas and plums, black cherries, and blackcu- rrants on the nose. The palate presents medium body, round, well-balanced tannins, and a long, pleasing finish.

Food pairing
Enjoy with pastas with tomato sauce or pizzas. Grilled chicken or vegetables with herbs. Service temperature of 16ºC. Cellar up to 4 years.

Vineyard
The grapes for this wine come from the San Carlos vineyard in the heart of the Colchagua Valley. The blocks average 11 years in age.

Tasting Notes
Brilliant and light pink in color. The nose shows aromas of tart red fruits and white peaches intermingled with notes of white flowers. The palate is fresh, fruity, and well-balanced with a pleasing and persistent finish.

Food pairing
A great alternative to accompany salads, and summer soups. Antipastos, grilled fish, shellfish paella. A great aperitif. Service temperature of 12–13ºC. Drink young.