60 HECTARES / 148 ACRES PLANTED

EL PERAL

Pencahue is a low-lying sector valley surrounded by hills, making it warmer than the typical Maule vineyard, although afternoon ocean breezes cool things down at night. El Peral, with deep clay soils is planted with Cabernet, Syrah, Malbec and Petit Verdot, takes maximum advantage of this warmer temperature to produce wines with opulence and character. We take care to bring out this richness without losing freshness and acidity.

Location

Altitude

Topography

In the low-lying Pencahue Valley.

75 to 105 meters.

Low hills.

Soil

Climate

Best For

Location

Altitude

Topography

Soil

Climate

Best For

In the low-lying Pencahue Valley.

75 to 105 meters.

Low hills.

Compacted clay overlaid over volcanic ash and lava formations.

Hot days, cooling off at night.

Full bodied red grapes. Spring comes early, and grapes ripen earlier than of the rest of Maule.

Compacted clay overlaid over volcanic ash and lava formations.

Hot days, cooling off at night.

Full bodied red grapes. Spring comes early, and grapes ripen earlier than of the rest of Maule.