Koyle AUMA

Ficha Técnica 2013

Origin Los Lingues, Colchagua Valley, Chile.
Grape Variety Carmenere 50%, Cabernet Sauvignon 23%, Cabernet Franc 12%, Malbec 7%, Merlot 5% and Petit Verdot 3%.
Bottles Produced 4,487 bottles
Tasting Notes Deep purple color, liquid velvet, with a sunning length and complex mouthfeel, as layers of creamed plum, wild blackberry, and steeped black currant along, intervention with black tea notes, mulled blood orange, incence and native forest touch. Evident and massive structure, has melded wonderfully.
Winemaker’s Notes The grapes were handpicked in extremely small, selected parcels, from high density vines in our Los Lingues Vineyard. Coming from parcels D2 for Carmenere, E2 Malbec, E1 for Cabernet Sauvignon, G1 for Cab Franc, F4 Merlot,  and C3 for Petit Verdot. Vinification is conducted in 600L barrels to get a gentle extraction of aromas, flavors and tannins.  The wine was aged for 24 months in separate lots, and blended all together by gravity to a concrete egg tank, where AUMA was aged for another 9 months prior to bottling.
Aging Barrels aging for 24 months, concret eggs 9 months
Filtering No Filtration
Yield of Vineyard 0,8 kg per plant (about 3 tons per acre).
Cellaring Recommendations Up to 20 years
Recommended 15º to 17ºC.
Serving Temperature
Decanting Recommended 20 minutes decanting before drinking.
Basic Analysis
Alcohol 14,3º
pH 3,58
Total Acidity (H2 SO4) 3,58 g/lt.
Volatile Acidity 0,62 g/lt.
Residual Sugar 1,8 g/lt.
Free SO2 0,02 g/lt.