Carmenere Malbec

Terroir Wines

Varietal Identity & Freshness

THE BIGGEST AND MOST EMBLEMATIC CHILEAN VALLEY

The new wine range by Morandé wines highlights the región’s ancient tradition, its artisanal producers, maintaining old head-pruned vines and all of their current cultural heritage.

Carmenere Malbec

This Malbec comes from very old vines. It offers aromas of violets and great softness on the palate, while Carmenère delivers spicy notes that add a distinctive touch on the nose. Both varieties were introduced from France during the 19th century.

Variety: Carmenere Malbec

MAULE VALLEY

TECHNICAL SHEETS

TERROIR WINES COLLECTION
Carmenere Malbec / Cinsault Pais / Semillón

“Winemaking is a trade, an interpretation of the grapes as well as the place they are grown. It requires knowledge, sensitivity, hard work, and patience to finally enjoy a product that dates to the origins of human culture. It is a very rewarding endeavor.”

 

RICARDO BAETTIG – VIÑA MORANDÉ WINEMAKING DIRECTOR
Valle del Maule

Maule is one of Chile’s most extensive valleys and has the largest production of wine grapes, but the Secano Interior sector merits special note for the large number of old País and Carignan vineyards still managed using the same techniques inherited from the Spanish Conquistadors—head-trained, low density, and dry farmed to adapt to this area with hot, dry summers and granitic, red clay soils.

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