Manos del Sur Reserva

Cabernet Sauvignon

This year, in the passionate route to find and approach the most representative terroirs for an expressive but friendly Cabernet Sauvignon, we explored and tried, two different zones in the Chilean wine map. Maipo Valley, and Maule Valley; the first component adds the structure and the fresh herby flavors, while the Maule Valley component adds the ripe fruit and the juicy palate. The blend we have done and rescued from these two small producers is our first attempt to bring an emblematic Cabernet Sauvignon from South America to satisfy customers who seek for exceptional wines with character and identity.

Philosophy and Winemaking
Our philosophy behind the winemaking is to keep the crafted profile of the wine, in order to save the character of each component, representing their origin and the variety as much as possible. The grapes are hand picked by local farmers and their families; the winemaking process is simple and with minimal intervention, finally the blending process of components is carefully made to find our desired wine. The wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks and after is aged with selected French oak for almost 6 months. The filtration
is very low also trying to maintain its tannins and structure . The last stage is bottle aging for 4 months. All this process allows us to create a crafted Cabernet Sauvignon, with great character, representative of the variety and its origin but with a velvety and friendly taste. You can save this wine for the next 3-5 years.

Technical Information

Total Acidity:
5.02 gr/l
27 mg/l
Volatile Acidity:
0.62 gr/l
Residual Sugar:
3.13 gr/l
cabernet sauvignon wine