About the Vintage: It will be remembered as warmer than average, with excellent sanitary conditions. It has helped to obtain mature red and white wines, with great potential and complexity. Harvest in our vineyards with white varieties was completed in the first days of April, while the last red variety were harvested in the beginning of May. Yield per hectare of grapes produced during this vintage was lower than than average in all valleys where Viña Marty is. This has reduced size of the berries and clusters. This vintage will create more concentrated wines with stronger character.
- Color: Pale straw
- Nose: Delicate aromas of with peaches, banana, and ripe pineapple
- Palate: Classic style unwooded Chardonnay with a pronounced flavor intensity of ripe pineapples and a subtle hint of peaches balanced with a refreshing acidity. Round, medium-bodied, and fruit driven wine.
- Drink: Ready to drink now
D.O.: Casablanca Valley
Pioneer as a Chilean cold weather wine region, Casablanca is known for its maritime influence from the Pacific Ocean refreshing the land. Morning fog clay and granite soil has created a perfect environment for White wines in Chile. Higher elevation, warm and frost free are ideal for Merlot and Syrah whereas lower elevation and colder conditions are perfect for minerality and Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.
- Harvest: By hand
- Farming: Sustainable
- Vine per ha: 3.330 /ha.
- Yield: 14 ton/ha
- Winemaking: Traditional in stainless steel tanks with an average length of 8-12 days, and temperatures about 12-14°C.
- Alcohol: 13.0%