The vineyard at the Veramonte is the largest contiguous vineyard in Chile. It stretches over 350 hectares in the prime growing area of Chile's Casablanca Valley. In 1990, Agustin Huneeus chose this site for Veramonte recognizing that the microclimates and soils of this beautiful valley are similar to California's prestigious Napa Valley and Carneros winegrowing regions. The Veramonte Vineyard Manager utilizes the most recent advances in viticultural technology to produce the highest quality fruit possible. He carefully manages yields by dropping crop, controlling irrigation and experimenting with different pruning techniques to maximize maturity and ripeness in the grapes. He limits yields to 5-7 tons per hectare to reap high quality grapes with intense flavor, definition and concentration. Veramonte was first introduced in 1996, and has since earned international critical acclaim for Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc and Primus, a rich, spicy proprietary red, blended from CarmenÃ¨re, (a fine Bordeaux varietal now virtually unique to Chile), and Cabernet Sauvignon. When the Huneeus family pioneered Chile's Casablanca Valley in 1990, there were less than 40 hectares planted to vines. Today the Veramonte Alto de Casablanca Estate has earned worldwide acclaim for the quality of its wines. Visit the Veramonte website.
Veramonte Primus The Blend 2013
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Syrah and Merlot. Primus The Blend has ripe red and black berry fruit flavors with exotic spice. A full-bodied wine with a lingering finish. Food pairing: Roasted and barbequed meats and chicken, dishes with olives, arugula, lentils and spice. more
in mixed case $16.14
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