Santa Digna was the name given to boundary crosses marking out the land. These crosses were used for delimiting territories and symbolised good fortune and protection for people who were departing to other places.
A Carmenère coupage with a small amount of Cabernet Sauvignon, which confers structure and endows it with greater longevity.
Aged in French oak barrels.
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Clean / Bright|
|Fruit aromas / Blackberries / Cassis / Balsamic notes / Elegant / Mandarin|
|Elegant / Sweet tannins / Fruity tannins / Leather / Spicy notes / Croccante / Liquorice / Clove / Black pepper|
Drinking and storing
Red meats, Veal , Meat casseroles, Poultry, Fish
Magnífico vino. Soy amante de los vinos chilenos y éste Santa Digna está muy logrado. Para tomar en cualquier momento y con distintos maridajes. Muy recomendableby: Raquel (16/04/2019) - Vintage 2017
Correcto, falta complejidad
El vino está bien, correcto, pero para un carmenere de Chile yo esperaba algo más de cuerpo y de notas aromáticas.
Miguel Torres Chile
Founded by the Torres family in 1979, Miguel Torres Chile started out with 100 ha of vineyards close to the Andes and a small winery in Curicó (a city located 200 km to the south of Santiago). Over the years the company has acquired new lands and expanded its premises and product range, currently possessing 400 ha of vineyards planted on 6 estates, all with very differing climatic characteristics. The presence of extremely varied seasons, the spectacular differences between...