Gryphus, Vultur, Colchagua Valley, 2013


On the palate this is a structured and elegant wine, with lovely soft, rounded tannins and a complex finish.

Red Wine


About This Wine...

The Wine

Elegant and complex wine of limited production. Predominantly Carmenere, with the final blend being adjusted depending on the qualites of the year’s vintage. Petit Verdot enhances Carmenere´s elegance and the Petite Syrah adds structure, colour and aging potential. Intense ruby red colour, with the typical spicy touch of Carmenere, with cassis and licorice aromas. On the palate this is a structured and elegant wine, with lovely soft, rounded tannins and a complex finish.

This vintage is made up of 70% Carmenere, 20% Petit Verdot, 10% Petite Sirah

Hand-picked during the third week of April and first week of May. Handmade winemaking, in small batches with soft punch down and gravitational movements, this hands on method gives the wine first class treatment. The must undergoes 30 days of maceration. 100% aged in secondhand French oak barrels for 11 months. Unfiltered and unfined

Decant an hour before drinking and serve at 18 ºC

Limited production: 760 cases (of 6 bottles x 750ml)

The Winery

Vultur Gryphus, better known as the Condor, majestically soars over the towering Andes mountains contemplating life below.
Set up by winemaker Daniel Miranda and his wife Alejandra, Vultur quickly made a mark producing wines that are at the
same time majestic and elegant, and full bodied and charismatic. These wines are only available in very limited quantities.
Beautifully packaged and eye catching both inside and outside the bottle, grab Daniel’s wines while you can.

Part of our exclusive new wave of ground-breaking Chilean wine series. Click here to see others in the range. Read the blog post on these from our suppliers, Tindal Wine Merchants, here.


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