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De Martino Legado Organic Carmenère

$25.00

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Vintage: 2019
Region: Maipo Valley, Chile
Viticulture: Organic
Grape variety: Carmenère

De Martino Legado Organic Carmenère is filled with fresh raspberries and cherries, and hints of white pepper and plum, all balanced by aromas of vanilla.

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About De Martino Legado Organic Carmenère

De Martino Legado Organic Carmenère is filled with fresh raspberries and cherries, and hints of white pepper and plum, all balanced by aromas of vanilla.

About De Martino Winery

Founded in 1934, the De Martino family has specialized, for four generations, in creating wines that are a faithful reflection of their origin, coming from selected parcels throughout Chile. Wines of great purity, with a sense of place and balance, are a consequence of sustainable agriculture and traditional fermentation techniques. The fourth generation headed by Marco Antonio and Sebastián De Martino, along with their team, continue with their constant search for exciting terroirs same as polishing their house style.

De Martino’s Legado range showcases specific varietals and their cultivation in the best terroirs of Chile resulting in wines that reflect the true character of each region. The Santa Ines vineyard is located in the Maipo Valley.

About Carmenère

Carménère is a dark-skinned grape variety originally from the vineyards of Bordeaux, and which has found a particularly suitable home in Chile. The first accent is omitted in some countries, including Chile, but both are in others.

A late-ripening variety, Carménère needs high levels of sunshine and a warm summer to reach its full potential, but in the right environment, it can produce fine, deeply colored red wines, with the attractive meaty plumpness of Merlot and the gently herbaceous, cedary notes of Cabernet Sauvignon.

These similarities are not altogether surprising. DNA studies have shown that Carménère, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot all have Cabernet Franc as a parent.