Since the Chilean Wine Day was established in 2015, the month of September has a new meaning for lovers of this drink. To the traditional celebration of Fiestas Patrias now we add this special day on September 4th, a date that refers to the first written mention of the word "wine" in Chilean territory and corresponds to a letter written on September 4th of 1545 by Pedro de Valdivia to King Carlos V, in which he requested "vines and wines to evangelize Chile".
And as on September 18 and 19 we also celebrate the establishment of the First National Government meeting, what better than to celebrate it with wine. We propose two varieties very identified with our land, a Cabernet Sauvignon for the classic BBQ and a Carmenère for the delicious empanadas.
The Koyle Royale Carmenère shows interesting aromas of herbs, blackberry and sandalwood. Its tannins are silky with a long and persistent finish coming from the 8% of Malbec added, and an enveloping sensation in the middle palate coming from the 7% of Petit Verdot. Serve at 16-18 ° C.
Koyle Royale Cabernet Sauvignon delights with its balanced aroma of herbs, cherries and cedar. It is a vibrant and elegant wine, with a firm mouthfeel and an ending with mineral notes and spices that shows its unique origin. Serve at 15-18 ° C.