País is a variety introduced in Chile by the Spanish conquerors during the 16th century. Cinsault was introduced in Chile during the 1940s to compensate the lack of color and structure of País. When both varieties are blended together, they give life to fresh and light wines.
Aroma: red fruits, such as raspberries, sweet and sour cherries, with herby and earthy notes.
Mouth: light body to medium body, this juicy wine shows plenty of fruit flavors, soft tannins and great freshness.
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