Maximum expression of our terroir.

Amalia Grand Cru is made from vineyards over 65 years old and is produced only in extraordinary years. This wine is obtained from selected grapes from our best plots in the Cachapoal Valley, next to the Andes mountain range. The vineyards are planted on soils of alluvial origin, derived from the Cachapoal River, forming layers of old soils with a loamy, silty, and stony texture.
This is an elegant blend with depth, complexity and structure that we recommend to decant for at
least 30 minutes before consumption.
Winemaking Highlights
Vintage: Manual
Prefermentative maceration: Seven days in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures.
Total fermentation time: 30 days
Fermentation temperature: 26-28 °C I 79-82 °F
Malolactic fermentation: Yes
Ageing Process: Stored in French oak barrels for 20 months
Yield: 5 Ton/há
Laboratory Analysis
Alcohol: 14.5%vol.
Total Acidity: 5,47 g/l (H2S04)
Residual Sugar: 3,87 g/l
Ph: 3,6
Tasting Notes
Color: Bright yellow with greenish hues.
Nose: Intense aromas of pineapples, peaches and and lemon peal, with floral and toasted notes.
Palate: Soft and elegant texture, fresh, juicy and with a long and balanced ending.
Serving And Food Pairing
It goes great with roasted or grilled red meats, game such as hare or wild boar, stews and pasta with a tasty sauce, and also with ripe and intense-tasting cheeses.
Serve at 17-18 °C I 63-64 ºF
Cellar Keeping
Up to 15 years in a fresh, ventilated and dry place.
T° Not less than 10 ºC I 50 ºF, not more than 18 ºC I 64 ºF.