The grapes come from our most coastal vineyard in the Leyda appellation, just 12 km (7 miles) from the Pacific Ocean. The selected block is the N°12 which we
call “Marino”, which translates to “Marine”. The reason why it bears this name is due to the marked influence of the Pacific Ocean due to the closeness that has
from the blocks. The process began with a double selection of clusters and grapes. The fermentation got underway with 30% whole clusters and native yeasts in small concrete and stainless steel vats. Then it was vertically pressed and racked into used barrels and foudres where it underwent spontaneous malolactic fermentation. 100% of the final blend was aged in medium toast barrels and used French 2.000 litre foudres for 12 months.