The vines quench their thirst on the snow-capped Andes as the rich soil, the sun drenched skies and the wholesome atmosphere feed the fruit. Bringing about a fresh and lingering finish.

Viticulture:
At 1150 meters or 3770 feet the sandy rocky soil makes the vines struggle yielding their best.

Fermentation:
Grape selection during harvest and sort. Quick skin contact at low temperature, cold pre-maceration. Controlled temperature fermentation with selected yeasts.

Aging:
Aged in French oak barrels 8 to 12 months. More than 50% with new French oak.

Tasting Notes:
Deep golden color with enveloping aromas of tropical fruit, citrus hints, and minerals. A nice balance of vanilla and toast inspire complexity and elegance. Initially sweet and concentrated in the mouth with balance and complexity that flows into a fresh and lasting finish.

Other:
The Ikal wines and the Ikal 1150 Chardonnay are marketed in the United States as the 1150 Chardonnay from Bodega Ikal.