Quebrada Seca, Limarí Valley.
Third week of February 2014.
Semiarid with coastal influence.
Alluvial, with clay and sand. Poor in organic matter, with round stones, calcareous subsoil, and good drainage.
14 months in French oak Burgundy barrels.
Complex and layered, with a predominance of lime and flint minerality, citrus notes and chalk.
Notable crisp acidity and flint minerality, as well as pears and lemons. It also has a finely elaborate structure and salinity.
Crab cake, smoked salmon, lobster with creamy sauces, and cheeses such as Provolone and Gruyere.