Central Valley. An assemblage of grapes from vineyards within the Rapel and Maule Valleys of Chile. Colluvial soils.
The grapes are harvested throughout mid-March to mid-April, depending on the peak ripeness for each region. 30% of the wine undergoes a cold maceration for 2 hours to attain a rich, ruby color. Fermented in stainless steel tanks.
The wines is a vibrant, strawberry-pink color. Possesses a rich bouquet of sun-kissed red berries and wild raspberries, backed with hints of spice. This flavorful rose is packed with fresh and fruity flavors of blackberry and raspberry, backed by a nice backbone of acidity, and a clean, dry finish.
Enjoy Casillero del Diablo Rose with light, summer dishes such as grilled tuna, cold pasta salads, and fresh cheeses like chevre or mozzarella.