92% Cabernet Sauvignon 8% Petit Verdot. The vines are grown in a combination of granite and clay-loam soil slopes which are cooled by the Pacific ocean’s influence on the region. The vines yields are typically just 4 tonnes per hectare, a very small crop where fruit is selected

by quality of the bunches. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel, then the wine spends 14 months aging in neutral barrels (fourth or fifth use). The wine is bottled unfiltered as to retain as much flavor and sense of

place as possible. The Quiebre Cabernet Sauvignon is a modern wine that seeks to surprise, be different and arouse curiosity about its aroma, freshness and flavor, it’s not your typical Chilean Cab. Very small production at just 2,800 bottles produced.

Quibre Cabernet Sauvignon | Colchagua Valley