País Salvaje was vinified in a natural and handmade way. To separate the stalk from the grape, an ancient wooden structure known as a “crested tree”, typical of the Maule Valley, was used. In order to respect the aromas and flavors coming from the grapes, it was fermented with native yeasts and the must was stored in cement vats, without wood. To soften the tannins, carbonic maceration (50% only) is used. Finally, the wine was not filtered.
País Salvaje is a delicate wine, but with a lot of personality. Floral aromas, wild strawberries, rosehip and sour cherries stand out. In the mouth, it is juicy, fresh and light. An ideal wine to accompany Chilean dishes, such as empanadas, prietas and huaso rolls.