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Red blend from Casablanca Valley, Chile
A blend of 70% Malbec from Maipo Bajo, a zone near Casablanca (hence the name "migrant") and 30% Pinot Noir from Casablanca. It is made just like the Refugio, using native yeasts  in concrete eggs. Floral and expressive.
MontsecanoMontsecano Refugio
Pinot Noir from Casablanca Valley, Chile
From the Refugio vineyard, a 6-acre plot planted in 2006 at an altitude of 820 feet in granitic soils and farmed biodynamically. This 100% Pinot Noir is hand-harvested; spontaneously fermented, then aged in stainless steel and concrete egg. The wine shows bright raspberry, strawberry jam, with rose...
Gonzalez BastiasNaranjo
Blend from Maule, Chile
A blend of Moscatel, Torrontel and País. The Moscatel and the Torrontel ferment on the skins with a maceration that lasts 60 days; 20% of País juice is then added with skins of their other white wine.    
Gonzalez BastiasPaís Matorral
País (Mission) from Maule, Chile
100% estate País from a 200-year-old single vineyard in the Maule region; pressed by hand in bamboo ‘sieves’ or zarandas. Fermented in open-top cement vats and aged in old wood large barrels.    
Gonzalez BastiasPaís Tinaja
País (Mission) from Maule, Chile
The fruit comes from a bi-centenary vineyard, and the wine is made the same way as the Matorral— pressed by hand in bamboo ‘sieves’ or zarandas, then fermented in open-top cement vats— but is aged in tinaja, or amphora.      
MontsecanoPinot Noir
Pinot Noir from Casablanca Valley, Chile
100% Pinot Noir, farmed biodynamically, from a single vineyard. The vines are 15 years old, and grow in granitic soils at just over 1,000 feet elevation. Aged and fermented completely in concrete egg. Dark ripe cherry and black fruits jump out of the glass with underlying raspberry fruit notes. A...