The grapes used to make El Gran Petit may be small, but the concentration of aromas and flavors they contain is enormous. A blend of Petite Sirah and Petit Verdot, this wine is fermented in concrete eggs that lend it its essence and spirit, generous aromas and flavors that led us to conclude it is a ‘little giant.’
WHAT’S BEHIND THE NAME?
Despite being made with little grapes, this is bold and potent wine with great personality, which makes it a ‘Gran Pequeño,’ a little giant.
Cristián Carrasco – Vistamar Head Winemaker
50% Petite Sirah / 50% Petit Verdot.
La Moralina, Cachapoal Valley.