Wine Misiones de Rengo, Carmenere, Central Valley, 2012
Reviews of purchase Misiones de Rengo, Carmenere, Central Valley, 2012
The wine is dark red in color.
Rounded, full-bodied and strong taste of the wine has a silky texture and a mild spicy and fruity aftertaste.
The wine has a bright spicy aroma with notes of dark fruit, chocolate, pepper and tobacco.
Wine is served with meat and fish dishes, it is recommended to game and cheeses.
Young Chilean wine company Misiones de Rengo, founded as part of the largest holding VSPT WINE GROUP, its name pays tribute to the Spanish missionaries who brought vines in these lands ("Mission grape"). Vina Misiones de Rengo is located in the town of Rengo - a historical place where centuries ago first arrived servants of the Lord. In the small village of Valle de Rapel called "Rengo" in honor of the brave Indian chief, they founded a Catholic mission and laid in 1730, the first church in Chile, and later opened the Apostolic school and convent.
Misiones de Rengo is located in a wonderful place where the locals are present special spirit and passion for winemaking and noble land and wonderful Mediterranean climate with warm sun and cool water create the perfect conditions for the production of high quality wines.
In 2001 the company produced the first wine, the annual production capacity of 720 thousand bottles. Brand was a revelation for the domestic market and quickly took the lead in wine clubs, boutiques, major supermarkets, hotels and restaurants Chile. After only 2 years of wine Misiones de Rengo go to the international level and exported to Ecuador, Brazil, Japan and European countries.
Using in the production of modern equipment and advanced technology, the company pays special attention to pricing, whereby the buyer is able to purchase a high quality product at an affordable price. Misiones de Rengo wines are well recognized by the bright and unusual design label-shaped cross, which emphasizes the historical significance of the first Christian mission in Chile.