(1999 Vintage) Origin: Peumo Vineyard, Maipo Valley Soil: The former terraces of the Cachapoal River are deep alluvial clay loam. Aging: 14 months in one, two, and three years old French oak barrels, then aged for a further six to 8 months after bottling. Color: Deep purple. Bouquet: Red plums, black peppers, cassis, with hints of spices. Taste: Velvety, firm, ripe tannins imparting smoothness and balance. Subtle hints of vanilla and ripe fruit. Enjoy With: Red and white meats, pasta, cheese.