Boutinot’s winemaking team have been building relationships across Chile over the past two decades, sourcing fruit and wine from across the Central Valleys. They work with a number of small family growers who pay particular attention to quality and ensure that their winemaking team has the best possible fruit to work with . Freshness and purity are the preferred hallmarks of Boutinot's Chilean wines.
Each vintage Boutinot winemaker Guillaume Letang travels the vineyards of our grower partners, blending that year's truest expression's of Chile's unique terroirs.
Made from dry-farmed Carignan grown in Curico's coastal mountains. Debajo means 'beneath' and refers to the vines' struggle for water, digging their roots through the cracks in the dry earth to find water reserves deep beneath the ground.
Grapes are sourced from unirrigated vines in the coastal mountains of Curico.
A 15% Grenache blend adds flesh and juiciness to the wine.
This wine is edgy, with good acidity and tannins but also has a lovely purity of blackberry and mulberry fruit. It has a long, fresh finish leaving you wanting more!
Great with simple, rustic, flavoursome cooking: slow-cooked lamb stew, spicy bean casserole or roasted red meat.