Viña Seña - 2010 - Seña - 750 ml.
Chile - Aconcagua Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon - Carmenere - Merlot
Red - Vintage: 2010 - Size: 750 ml.
Located in the Aconcagua Valley, 40 kilometres from the Pacific Ocean, Seña's 42-hectare hillside vineyard was planted in 1999 to key red Bordeaux varieties. The colluvial soils on the valley's slopes present a variety of textures and proportions of stone content, resulting in a great diversity of well-drained gravel and rocky soils with loam to clay-loam texture. The climate is Mediterranean, with a long dry season and rainfall concentrated in winter. Due to its proximity to the Pacific Ocean, the median temperatures are low, however, the vineyard's position on the eastern side of the Coastal Mountains, facing away from the sea, protects the vines from the direct effect of the ocean's strong, cold winds and creates cool-climate conditions, perfect for producing red grapes that reach an excellent level of maturity with balanced acidity that provide great elegance and finesse.
The 2010 Sena is more generous on the nose than the 2009, with crisp, ripe blackberry, boysenberry and graphite notes that are tightly coiled and, at the moment, not as expressive as the 2009. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins. This is silky smooth in the mouth, harmonious and the oak is deftly interwoven into the structure. This is a sophisticated Sena. Drink 2014-2022.