Secreto

Our “Secreto” range of wines has a closely guarded secret related to land, proportions, and balance. Art and terroir have come together to create these wines in which the varieties have much to express.

The result is a line of blended wines made with a primary varietal component that is recognized and indicated on the label complemented by a closely guarded “secret blend” of up to 15% in each of these.

Most of our Secretos are made with grapes from young vineyards, which helps create a fresh and fruity style.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Intense cherry red with aromas of wildflowers and intense fresh fruit such as cherries and plums. Tremendously flavorful and well-balanced palate with a long and lingering finish. Ideal with grilled red meats, duck magret, or roast pork.
Serve at 16º–18ºC.

Vineyard

El Olivar, located in Peralillo, in the Colchagua Valley. The average age of the vines is 17 years.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Dark purple in color. The nose presents aromas of ripe cherries, black pepper, and blackberries along with fine herbs and a light note of blonde tobacco. The palate is ample and balanced with tremendous structure and rounded tannins. The finish is velvety and very pleasing.

Tremendous versatility at the table, ideal with chicken or lamb curry, Latin American dishes, and pastas with meat sauces.
Serve at 16º–17ºC.

Vineyard

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

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Bright cherry-red in color. The nose presents floral note intermingled with aromas of red fruits, such as cherries, raspberries, and strawberries, along with a mineral note characteristic of the origin. The palate is fresh, lively and juicy, with a good balance, structure, and smooth tannins, all resulting in a wine with a long, pleasing finish.

Ideal with lamb, pork chops, smoked meats, and curries.
Serve at 16º–18ºC.

Vineyard

The grapes come from a vineyard near the town of Casablanca, approximately 20 kilometers from the sea.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Bright cherry-red in color. The nose presents floral note intermingled with aromas of red fruits, such as cherries, raspberries, and strawberries, along with a mineral note characteristic of the origin. The palate is fresh, lively and juicy, with a good balance, structure, and smooth tannins, all resulting in a wine with a long, pleasing finish.

Pair it with grilled tuna or mahi-mahi or with mushroom risotto.
Serve at 14o–16oC.

Vineyard

The grapes come from a vineyard near the town of Casablanca, approximately 20 kilometers from the sea.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Light greenish-yellow in color. The intense, complex nose offers aromas of white fruits, asparagus, and pineapple, along with light floral notes and saline touch characteristic of the coastal influence in the vineyard. The palate is fresh, fruity, mineral, and expressive with tremendous volume and a persistent, round finish.

Ideal with fresh shellfish, cold soups such as gazpacho, ceviche, and sashimi.
Serve at 7º–9ºC.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine came from two vineyards in different sectors of the Casablanca Valley. One is located near the town of Casablanca, and the other is in the Las Dichas sector, approxi- mately 11 km from the sea.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Bright greenish-yellow in color, with a complex fruity nose that offers aromas of exotic fruits, papaya, apricot, and ripe pears with floral notes. The palate is fresh and very fruity with well-balanced acidity lending way to a long, persistent finish, which allows for great versatility when pairing with different dishes such as stews, turkey, grilled chicken, or even stuffed calamari.

Serve at 10º–12ºC.

Vineyard

San Carlos de Cunaco, Colchagua Valley. The plantation average 17 years of age.

Tasting Notes

Purplish cherry-red in color with pronounced aromas of fresh red fruits, berries, blackcurrants, red currants, and a slightly spicy note characteristic of a cold vintage. The palate is vibrant and tense, but also has a smooth, gentle texture that leads to a delicate lingering finish.

Vineyard

Primarily from our San Carlos Vineyard near Cunaco in the Colchagua Valley.