Antiyal, Alto del Maipo Valley
Organic

Antiyal, Alto del Maipo Valley - 2015

Item # 23341 750mL
$57.96/ Single Bottle
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$347.76 $312.98/ Case of 6
Color
Red
Vintage
Country
Region

Production Methods

Organic

Organic

Biodynamic

Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.


Tasting Notes

Alvaro Espinoza follows the ABC’s of biodynamics for his vineyards and is proud to have influenced the instillation of the Upper Maipo as becoming a separate sub-region due to its extreme elevations. These elements allow for truly special and complex wines. This red blend is dark, earthy and solid. Pairing with grilled meats is a must.


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