Bruno Prats (Cos d'Estournel) and Paul Pontallier (Chateau Margaux) decided to look for high quality land in Chile to plant a new vineyard. Their third associate was their Chilean friend, agronomist and oenologist Felipe de Solminihac. In 1990, they acquired 45 acres in the 'Quebrada de Macul' - historically the heart of the Maipo Valley vineyard. Vina Aquitania was born.
Elegant Macul nose that combines fresh red fruit, cassis, dried herbs, and red pepper. The palate is complete with smooth tannins and loads of red fruit.
Delicate, perfumed, focused, with great length. The nobility of Cinsault founded on ancient vines own-rooted in beautiful, sandy Lodi soil.
This wine comes from the far south of Chile, an area that has not seen virtually any modernization in its vineyards. It’s always been organic, because there are no pesticides...
The Abstract fantastic! Dark inky blue-purple color; bursting with dark fruit, sage and wild flower aromas; blackberry, plum and black tea flavors on the palate; great texture and a long...