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Bouchon País Salvaje Red is made from wild Pais vines grown naturally in the forest and fermented with wild yeast. A fascinating harmony of wild strawberry and cherry fruits with spicy notes.
País Viejo is made from vine which are over 100 years old planted in the dry coastal region of Chile’s Maule Valley. It is a rustic hearty variety that grows on head-trained vines with no trellising. The wine is fermented in concrete tanks using native yeasts.
It all began in the 19th century when a young viticulturist from France named Emile Bouchon arrived in Chile.
Many years later, now deeply rooted in the Maule Valley, Julio Bouchon and his children carry on the family tradition of creating distinctive, terroir-driven wines.
Four generations of the Bouchon family have been creating wines in the Maule Valley.
Producer website: bouchonfamilywines.com/en
Region: Maule Valley