Grape: Pinot Noir
The dynamic winemaking team at Indómita skilfully craft wines from their vineyards in two of Chile’s very best regions.
The cooler climate Casablanca is great for Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir while the warmer Maipo Valley offers classic Cabernet Sauvignon and Carménère. Indómita produce superb, expressive wines that are both beautiful and stunning value for money.
Grown in Chile’s Casablanca Valley, the climate in this valley can be described as cool Mediterranean. Its closeness to the ocean tempers its climate and winters tend to be mild. The vineyards are planted on the flatter plains and on the gentle slopes of the Casablanca valley. Generally, the soil is of relatively poor quality with low fertility, and therefore good for growing wine grapes.
What makes Indomita stand out is the way they strive to achieve excellence with some of the best winemakers in Chile and an incredible state of the art winery in Casablanca. This wine is made from Casablanca fruit which was fermented in tank at a cool temperature to retain those beautiful aromatics.
Time: 3 to 5 months
% wine oaked: 25
% new oak: 10
Intense, deep colour. Aromas of red and black wild berries, truffle, paprika, pepper and clove. The round and silky body so characteristic of ripe Carménère offers a pleasant, persistent and full experience.
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