Named for Mother Nature herself, this stunning wine brings together fragrant Torontel and savoury Semillon to produce an elegant aromatic white blend. The fruit comes from dry farmed vineyards with 200-year-old bush vines grown deep in the Maule Valley, lending intensity and complexity to the wine. The nose gives ripe orchard fruits and delicate white blossom, that translate beautifully on the palate. In the mouth, the wine is bright and fruit-focused, with refreshing acidity and a long salty finish.
José Luis Gómez Bastías is the 5th generation of his family to cultivate vineyards on the south bank of the Maule river. Unlike some of the larger landowners in Maule and Bio Bio, they haven’t grubbed up or re-grafted their 200-year-old País bush vines for more ‘popular’ international varietals. In 2013 Jose Luis met Daniela Lorenzo, an agronomist and viticulturist in Santiago; she fell in love with the project and with Jose Luis! They now run the vineyards and winery together.
Their objective is to live and work sustainably and look after their beautiful land and its history and traditions: from the music, the food, to the philosophy of respecting nature, they practice agriculture as a part of life and not just a business. They aim to create a balanced ecosystem; their four hectares of vineyards are also home to fruit trees and wildlife. Sheep control the grass and provide natural fertiliser. Their winemaking takes a similarly holistic approach, producing wines that express their native terroir.