2018 P.S Garcia Bravado "Old Vine", Itata Valley, Chile

Inviting on the nose with notes of ripe red fruit, blackberry, blueberry, and a hint of spice. It hits the palate with incredible balance that lasts through its long finish. It has fruit at the core with an acidity from the Carignan that lifts the wine on the back palate.

$22.99
$22.99

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ABOUT THIS WINE

Itata wines evoke the history of Chilean wine. To do this, they have grafted Carignan, Grenache, Mourvèdre and Petit Verdot onto 100+ year old country vines, head-trained vines, that grow in the dry interior of the historic Itata Valley, in the Piedra Lisa vineyard.
A part of this wine comes from this vineyard, from Piedra Lisa. The other part comes from a 14-year-old Syrah vineyard that is located in an area of ​​gentle hills called Bellavista, also within the Itata Valley.
With a violet red color, aromas of black fruits and a juicy mouthfeel due to its fresh acidity, Bravado embodies the spirit of Chile.

ABOUT THIS PRODUCER

PS Garcia is a project that was born in 2006 with the production of the first wines, the focus being to produce wines that reflect the origin of their grapes and the taste of their owners for wines with good structure and rich acidity. Over time, the focus of the wines has been concentrated on two areas, Casablanca for Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and sparkling wines, where all the wines are built from their natural acidity and generate very good palates. The other focus is the south of Chile, mainly Maule and Itata, the latter valley being Felipe Garcia's link with the Mendoza family, here in 2009 he met those who would be his future partners. Patricio, Sergio and Nicolás Mendoza. In 2010, one of the most important projects began, which is the grafting of Country vines that are more than 120 years old, with Mediterranean varieties, Carignan, Grenache, Mourvèdre and a Petit Verdot, the latter grafted only for the love of Felipe for this variety.

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Grape(s) Syrah, Carignan, Grenache, Mourvedre
Farming Sustainable