The 2013 blend is crafted with grapes from various vineyards in Chile´s Central Valley, ranging from Isla de Maipo and Maria Pinto in the Maipo Valley, Santa Cruz de Colchagua and Molina in the Curico Valley, to Pencahue in the Maule Valley.
Grapes from each vineyard lend the essence of each valley to the final blend, making this wine an outstanding example of the Chilean answer to the classic Bordeaux blend. The grapes are harvested at night and processed in the winery first thing in the morning. Next, fermentation is carried out at relatively low temperatures in steel tanks.
The cap is pumped daily, with diminishing intensity over the course of fermentation to optimize extraction. After fermentation is complete, some of the wine is then aged in contact with oak, while the rest is left as is to preserve the fruit character, resulting in a balanced nal blend. Bottling began in November 2013.