Grapes grown on gravel soils, an old deposit of the Maipo river.
Organic Practicing. Sustainable Farming. Hand harvest.
Grapes are sorted and de-stemed and then fermented in stainless steel with wild yeast.
Post fermentation the wine is moved to neutral barrels to rest for a few months before going into 5,000 l foudres for aging for 12 months.
Santa Inés Vineyard, De Martino family, Isla de Maipo (Maipo Valley). The average age of the vines is 25-30 years old.
The winery at a glance:
- Boutique project from Marco and Sebastian De Martino
- 4 wines in 2 classic regions with old ungrafted vines – Isla de Maipo and Guarilihue.
- Dry Muscat and fresh and vibrant Cinsault from bush pruned traditionally farmed parcels in Itata
- Classic Bordeaux varieties of Carmenere and Cabernet made in a Claret style on a gravel island in the Maipo river