Syrah from Chile is not as common of a find than Carménère, the principle grape of Chile, but it is grown with passion and a vigorous strive to produce wines that highlight the best of both new and old world styles. Maule is on the rise in Syrah production as this noble grape is growing in demand and popularity. Enjoy fruit flavors of blueberry, blackberry, wrapped in hints of pepper, violets, clove and thin layers of vanilla with every sip of this beautiful Single Vineyard Estate wine from Maule Valley located in central Chile.
Maule Valley is an area wrapped in traditional winemaking techniques. Most winemakers in this region hold true the ideals of making wines using methods of farming that are still used in Bordeaux today. Things like dry-farming and growing organically with many vineyards being certified for decades. This Syrah from Qapay produced with fruit from this region showcase these practices. Flavors of blueberry, blackberry, and boysenberry accompanied by allspice, fresh herbs, and white pepper come together in a harmonious balance, providing a truly terrific tasting wine.