Loma Seca

Cinsault

Carmen DO begins with a simple idea, with a dream of strengthening ties with special, unique producers in different parts of Chile. Working side-by-side, we have created a different wine that uses manual production in its aim to transmit the history of a lifetime tied to the vineyard. And this lets us bring Chile’s valleys and its people to light.

Carmen DO

Loma Seca 2019

Technical Details

Varietal Content : 100% Cinsault

Geographical Area : Itata Valley

Alcohol : 13.5% Vol.

Total Acidity : 5.71 g/l

Residual Sugar : 1.22 g/l

PH : 3.48

Harvest 2019

Descorchados 2020

2020

94 Points

Harvest 2019

Tim Atkin 2020

2020

92 Points

Harvest 2019

James Suckling 2020

2020

93 Points

Awards Technical Sheet

Carmen DO

Loma Seca 2018

Technical Details

Varietal Content : 100% Cinsault

Geographical Area : Itata Valley

Alcohol : 13% Vol.

Total Acidity : 3.06 g/L (expressed in Sulfuric Acid)

Residual Sugar : 1.48 g/L

PH : 3.57

Harvest 2018

Descorchados 2019

2019

92 Points

Harvest 2018

Tim Atkin 2019

2019

93 Points

Harvest 2018

James Suckling 2019

2019

94 Points

Awards Technical Sheet

Carmen DO

Loma Seca 2016

Technical Details

Varietal Content : 100% Cinsault

Geographical Area : Itata Valley

Alcohol : 13,3 % Vol.

Total Acidity : 3,06 g/L

Residual Sugar : 1,48 g/L

PH : 3,57

Harvest 2016

Descorchados 2017

2017

91 Points

Awards Technical Sheet

Winemaker's comment

This fresh and spicy wine is dominated by red fruit, such as strawberries and raspberries. In the mouth it is characterized by a well-balanced acidity, where juiciness predominates.

Winemaker's comment

This fresh and spicy wine is dominated by red fruit, such as strawberries and raspberries. In the mouth it is characterized by a well-balanced acidity, where juiciness predominates.

Winemaker's comment

This fresh and floral wine is dominated by red fruit, such as strawberries and raspberries, and is very creamy with well-balanced acidity and a very long and persistent finish.

Terroir

This vineyard is in the Itata Valley, where Chilean viticulture began. Located just 25 km from the Pacific Ocean. The owners of these historic vineyards are life-long producers who have spent their lives working with and caring for their vines.

Climate

It is a cooler, Mediterranean climate with a coastal influence.

Soil

The vineyard is dry farmed, which results in perfectly balanced plants that produce exceptional fruit. The vineyard consists of head-trained vines planted on granite and clay soils on Itata’s rolling hills.

Origin Itata