The vines quench their thirst on the snow-capped Andes as the rich soil, the sun drenched skies and the wholesome atmosphere feed the fruit. Bringing about a fresh and lingering finish.

At 1150 meters or 3770 feet the sandy rocky soil makes the vines struggle yielding their best.

Grape selection during harvest and sort. Quick skin contact at low temperature, cold pre-maceration. Controlled temperature fermentation with selected yeasts.

Aged in French oak barrels 8 to 12 months. More than 50% with new French oak.

Tasting Notes:
Deep golden color with enveloping aromas of tropical fruit, citrus hints, and minerals. A nice balance of vanilla and toast inspire complexity and elegance. Initially sweet and concentrated in the mouth with balance and complexity that flows into a fresh and lasting finish.

The Ikal wines and the Ikal 1150 Chardonnay are marketed in the United States as the 1150 Chardonnay from Bodega Ikal.