De Martino, Ungrafted Cinsault, Itata
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De Martino, Ungrafted Cinsault, Itata - 2022

Item # 48763 750mL

From 40+ year-old, ungrafted Cinault vines located in the De Martino family's Guarilihue Vineyard in Itata. No machinery is used in the vineyard, and the grapes are destemmed, and fermented in stainless steel. Aging takes place for 6 months in neutral French barrel. Pair this dry, red-fruited, savory red with grilled pork and pebre.

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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

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The vineyards used for the wine lies in an area called Guarilihue in the greater Itata area. It's the oldest wine making area of the New Word: vines have been planted since 1551. The area benefits from maritime influence They are are grown on slopes with a good sun exposure. They are old vines and all the management is made manually. As the label says, the vines are ungrafted. That's means that are not modified. Most of vineyards used for wine production are made up of two different plants spliced together. I my opinion, this is is a great moderately priced everyday wine with peppery and spicy notes, smooth minerality, medium alcohol and freshness. Versatile, it could be paired with many foods.




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