Apellation of Origin: Itata Valley and Maule Valley.
Grape Variety: 50% Cinsault (Itata Valley) 50% Pais (Maule Valley).
Alcoholic degree: 13º.
Annual production: 5,300 bottles.
Color and appearance: Purple with red ruby highlights, clean and clear.
Aroma: Pungent and fruity on the nose predominantly marked by red berries.
Taste: Pleasant and easy to drink with a good amount of acidity that makes it fresh and crisp. Tannins are delicate and round. Lingering aftertaste.
Pairing: Beef soup and stew, lamb and sweetbreads; cow cheese and chocolate.
Recommendation: Serve at 15º.
- The Cinsault is fermented spontaneously using native yeast in stainless-steel tanks while Pais grapes are fermented spontaneously using native yeast in cement tanks.
- Spontaneous malolactic fermentation at spring temperatures.
- Settled by gravity.
- Descorchados Wine Guide: 92 points for Zorrito Salvaje 2016.
- Vinau Wine Guide: 93 points for Zorrito Salvaje 2016.
- Vinau Wine Guide: 92 points for Zorrito Salvaje 2018.
- Robert Parker Wine Advocate: 91 points for Zorrito Salvaje harvest 2016.
80 years old dry farmed vineyard. This vineyard is worked manually and with ancient animal traction techniques without herbicides.
The main characteristics of these vineyards is their condition and their ancestral management with the old methods transferred from generation to generation. It is respect for nature and peasant work, which on a human scale, result in a quality of fruit that is the basis of a good wine.