A family owned company, Undurraga is one of the most prestigious and longest-operating wineries in Chile. Since it’s inception in 1885, the winery's constant search for quality, proximity to its consumers, and innovative spirit have made Undurraga stand out from the pack. Available in over 70 countries, the winery offers a broad range of flavour profiles with its high-quality, world-renowned wines . With a total surface area of 1,854 hectares spread across Chile's best wine-producing regions, Undurraga's agricultural activity takes place in estates which are dedicated exclusively to growing and producing the finest wine grapes.View Supplier Page
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Intense inky violet.
Opens with herbal and spice notes which lead into an intense expression of fresh red fruit and berries with subtle layers of oak, dark chocolate and liquorice.
Medium-bodied and well-structured with lively, vibrant acidity which lends it a fresh, juicy mouthfeel with smooth tannins and a long finish.
Pair this wine with grilled lamb, hearty beef stew, pork sausage, roasted chicken, and rich game meats.
The grapes come from a specially chosen vineyard in Peumo, on the western side of the Cachapoal Valley, as area known for producing the best Carmenere wines in Chile. The Peumo are in particular enjoys a climate that is quite apt for Carmenere. Its latitude ensures high temperatures throughout much of the grape ripening period but its proximity to the coast also exerts a mild influence, with soft breezes on summer afternoons that enable the grapes to better conserve their acidity, resulting in a wine with fresher flavours and aromas.
"One sniff gives this away as real-deal Carmenère, meaning it’s spicy, foxy and fruity, but also herbal and piquant. A deep, firm palate is well cushioned and in balance. This pours on dark flavors of peppery blackberry prior to a toasty finish. If any wine captures the essence of Peumo Carmenère, this is it. Drink through 2022."
"Tight-grained oak, vanilla, graphite, plum and cassis aromas are attractive as a whole. This feels good but a bit tartaric and scratchy. Ripe black-fruit flavors are pure Peumo, while touches of licorice and chocolate add to the fun. A saturated finish tastes of blackberry, black currant and peppery spice. Drink through 2022."
"From the alluvial and clay soils of Peumo, this wine represents a new wave of carmenère. It has its share of the variety’s herbal scents, along with notes of ripe red fruit and spice. Then it feels tense, with a firm net of tannins and acidity, surrounded by rich notes of raspberries and bell pepper."