60% Cabernet Sauvignon
5% Petit Verdot
The weather of 2009 was characterized by frequent rains that fell throughout the winter and spring until the first week of May. This phenomenon, accompanied by lower than the average seasonal temperatures, caused a slight delay of the fruit setting. However this allowed for a good accumulation of water in the soil. This resource was essential during the summer months so that the maturation of
the grapes was not compromised. Following the sporadic rains in July, the prevalence of dry winds of the north during the summer months allowed the plants to recover quickly from the delay in ripening.
The 2009 vintage produced around 16,000 bottles of 750 ml.