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QUEBRADA SECA 2009THE MCNAB 2006EOLO 2008CARMIN DE PEUMO 2008GRAVAS DEL MAIPO 2008DON MELCHOR 2008
The McNab        Quebrada  Seca         Don  Melchor     Eolo     Gravas  del  Maipo   Carmin de  Peumo
983  mts asl                                            Eolo                                                650  mts asl  ...
EOLO:                                                        Average  T :  14.32                                          ...
QUEBRADA  SECAVineyard  Setting:             Situated  on  a  plain  by  an  ancient  dry  creek  on  the  North  of  the ...
INFLUENCES    ON  QUEBRADA  SECAClimate:  Semiarid  with  coastal  influences                                Cloudy  morni...
QUEBRADA  SECA  VINEYARDTotal  hectares  Chardonnay  Masal:  9.9  haVineyard  planted  in  the  year  2000Planting  densit...
QUEBRADA  SECA,  VINEYARD  MAPPING/  BLOCK  A4  SECTOR  1Hectares:    1.4Clones:  Pre-­‐phyloxera stockTraining  system:  ...
QUEBRADA  SECA,  BLOCK  A4,  SECTOR  1        SOIL  STRATIFICATION        29%  clay        16%  loam                40  cm...
QUEBRADA  SECAMinerality of  the soil: Presence  of  calcium carbonates
QUEBRADA  SECA  2009  Variety:  100%  Chardonnay  Harvest  :    March  18th,  2009  Yield:  6  tons/  ha  pH:  3.13    Tot...
THE  MCNAB        Vineyard  Setting:                   Located  in  Californias  North  Coast,  on  steep  hills  and  rol...
INFLUENCES  ON  THE  MCNAB        Climate:  Mediterranean  -­‐ marine                                                  rai...
THE  MCNAB  RANCHTotal  hectares:  54  haVineyard  planted  in  1960Planting  density:          Merlot  and  Cabernet  Sau...
THE  MCNAB  RANCH  MAPPINGClones:          Cabernet  Sauvignon clone  7  (  on  5c  and  3309C  rootsstock)          Malbe...
THE  MCNAB  VINEYARD SOIL  STRATIFICATION Pinole  series                                  Cole  loam                      ...
THE  MCNABBIODINAMICALLY  FARMED Pest  and  disease  management.     -­‐ Managed  through  a  diversity  of  plants  and  ...
THE  MCNAB  2006  Variety:  43  %  Merlot,  40  %    Cabernet  Sauvignon,   9%  Malbec ,  8%  Petit  Syrah  Harvest  :    ...
EOLO  VINEYARDVineyard    Setting:     Location:  10  m  (32  feet)  above  the  north  bank  of  the  Mendoza  River     ...
INFLUENCES  ON  EOLOClimate:  Temperated by  its  proximity  to  the  Mendoza  River.Higher  altitude  provides  protectio...
INFLUENCES  ON  EOLO       The  Zonda Wind       Originates  in  the  Pacific  Ocean.  Discharges  its  moisture  on  the ...
EOLO    VINEYARDTotal  hectares:  20  haVineyard  planted  in  1912Planting  Density:  5,550  Plants/  haIrrigation  :  Ol...
EOLO VINEYARD  MAPPINGHectares:  4  haMasal  selectionTraining  system:  Double  GuyotSoil:  Loamy  sand  with  horizontal...
EOLO   SOIL  STRATIFICATION         0-­‐ 0.29  m:  loam         0.3-­‐ 0.8  m:  clay loam           0.81-­‐ 1.45  m:  sand...
EOLO  2008  Variety:  93%  Malbec,  5%  Cabernet  Sauvignon,  2%  Petit  Verdot  Harvest:  April  15th -­‐ 25th,  2008.   ...
PEUMO    Vineyard  Setting:                 Peumo vineyard  sits  along  the  Cachapoal River s  terraced  hillside,  with...
INFLUENCES  ON  PEUMO    Climate:  Sub  Humid  Mediterranean    Naturally  protected  by  the  Coastal  Mountain  Range   ...
PEUMO  VINEYARDTotal  hectares  Block  32:  8.5  haVineyard  planted:  in  1983  (planted  with  non  grafted  Carmenère)P...
Block  32,  Sector  1Hectares:  2.2  ha  (planted  with  non  grafted  Carmenère).Clones:  Pre  phyloxera stock.Training  ...
PEUMO,  BLOCK  32,  SOIL  STRUCTURE       Soil              2mts
CARMIN  DE  PEUMO  2008  Variety:  Carmenère  90%,  Cabernet  Sauvignon  7.5%  ,    Cabernet  Franc  2.5%  Harvest:  April...
QUINTA  DE  MAIPOVineyard  Setting:      Located  on  the  southern  bank  of  the  Maipo River  at  the  foot  of  the  A...
INFLUENCES    ON  QUINTA  DE  MAIPOClimate:  Semiarid  Mediterranean           With  Andean  influence,  protected  by  th...
QUINTA  DE  MAIPOTotal  hectares  Blocks  38,  39:    11.91  ha.        Vineyard  planted  in  1967;  Grafted  with  Syrah...
SUB  DIVISION  BY  VIGORHectares:  11.91  haMasal selectionTraining  system:  Vertical  shoot  positioned  syrah  its  rou...
BLOCK  GRAVAS,  SOIL  STRATIFICATION Soil       2mtsStones
GRAVAS  DEL  MAIPO  2008Variety:  91%  Syrah,  9%  Cabernet  SauvignonHarvest  :  April  19th,  2008Yield:  4,9  tons/hapH...
PUENTE  ALTOVineyard  Setting:     Located  on  the  North  bank  of  the  Maipo River,  at  the  foot  of  the  Andes  Mo...
INFLUENCES  ON  PUENTE  ALTOClimate: Semiarid  Mediterranean    Influence  from  the  Andes  Mountains    Refreshing  moun...
PUENTE  ALTOTotal  hectares:  114  ha  (107  Cabernet  Sauvignon,  7  Cabernet  Franc)Age  of  vineyard:  Over  twenty  fi...
PUENTE  ALTO  VINEYARD  MAPPINGClones:  Pre-­‐phylloxera stockTraining  system:  Vertical  shoot  positioned              ...
PUENTE  ALTO,  SOIL  STRATIFICATION  Soil      10  cms                        Soil     40  cms                            ...
DON  MELCHOR  2008Variety:  97%  Cabernet  Sauvignon,  3%  Cabernet  FrancHarvest  :  April,  15th   May  23thYield:  3.6 ...
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
Concha y Toro's icon wines presentation for Vinexpo 2011
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  1. 1. QUEBRADA SECA 2009THE MCNAB 2006EOLO 2008CARMIN DE PEUMO 2008GRAVAS DEL MAIPO 2008DON MELCHOR 2008
  2. 2. The McNab Quebrada  Seca Don  Melchor Eolo Gravas  del  Maipo Carmin de  Peumo
  3. 3. 983  mts asl Eolo 650  mts asl Don  Melchor 420  mts asl Gravas  del  Maipo183  mts asl 190  mts asl The McNab Quebrada  Seca 170  mts asl Carmin de  Peumo N S
  4. 4. EOLO: Average  T :  14.32   20.46   Minimum  T 8.49   DON  MELCHOR: Average   T :     Maximum  T Minimum  T Thermal  Fluctuation:   GRAVAS: Average  T :     QUEBRADA  SECA: Maximum   :  The  McNab: Average  T :     Minimum  TAverage  T :     Maximum   22.6 Thermal  Fluctuation:   CARMIN  DE  PEUMO:Maximum  T Minimum  T Average  T :    Minimum  T Thermal  Fluctuation:   Maximum  TThermal  Fluctuation:   Minimum  T Thermal  Fluctuation:   N S
  5. 5. QUEBRADA  SECAVineyard  Setting: Situated  on  a  plain  by  an  ancient  dry  creek  on  the  North  of  the  current  Limari River Appellation  :  Limari Valley   Altitude:  190  meters  above  sea  level Pacific Ocean Tongoy Tamaya Hills Quebrada  Seca Limarí River Talinay Hills
  6. 6. INFLUENCES    ON  QUEBRADA  SECAClimate:  Semiarid  with  coastal  influences Cloudy  mornings,  sunny  evenings, 18  km  northeast  of  Tongoy freshness  and  high  luminosity by  the  Talinay and  Tamaya hillsSoils:  Rich  diversity   of  soils:  alluvial  and  colluvial Pacific Ocean Tongoy 27  kms Tamaya Hills Quebrada  Seca Limarí River Talinay Hills
  7. 7. QUEBRADA  SECA  VINEYARDTotal  hectares  Chardonnay  Masal:  9.9  haVineyard  planted  in  the  year  2000Planting  density  :  3,333  plants/  haDrip  irrigationVineyard  division:    4  blocks
  8. 8. QUEBRADA  SECA,  VINEYARD  MAPPING/  BLOCK  A4  SECTOR  1Hectares:    1.4Clones:  Pre-­‐phyloxera stockTraining  system:  Vertical  TrellisingSoil:   Alluvial  soil,  formed  by  clay,  loam  and  sand   Mineral  soils  with  significant  amounts  of  calcium  carbonate     A1 A2 A3 A4
  9. 9. QUEBRADA  SECA,  BLOCK  A4,  SECTOR  1   SOIL  STRATIFICATION 29%  clay 16%  loam 40  cm 55%  sand 35%  clay 10%  loam 35  cm 55%  sand 25%  clay 12%  loam 63%  sand Test  Pits
  10. 10. QUEBRADA  SECAMinerality of  the soil: Presence  of  calcium carbonates
  11. 11. QUEBRADA  SECA  2009 Variety:  100%  Chardonnay Harvest  :    March  18th,  2009 Yield:  6  tons/  ha pH:  3.13   Total  acidity:  6.60  g  /  l Alcohol:  14.5 Aging:  12  months  in  French  oak  barrels Barrel  cooperage  :  Fran ois Frères,  Damy and  Remond Barrel  aging:  57%  new,  43%  one  use Cases:  500  (9  lt) First  vintage:  2007
  12. 12. THE  MCNAB Vineyard  Setting: Located  in  Californias  North  Coast,  on  steep  hills  and  rolling  valleys  in  mountainous  Mendocino County  Appellation:  Mendocino  County   Altitude:  183  meters  above  sea  level    Pacific Ocean Franciscan Range RUSSIAN  RIVER The McNab
  13. 13. INFLUENCES  ON  THE  MCNAB Climate:  Mediterranean  -­‐ marine rainforest  climate  /  East:  Continental  climate Soil: AlluvialPacific Ocean 43.5  km  (27  miles  ) Franciscan Range RUSSIAN  RIVER The McNab
  14. 14. THE  MCNAB  RANCHTotal  hectares:  54  haVineyard  planted  in  1960Planting  density: Merlot  and  Cabernet  Sauvignon:  2,244  vines/ha Malbec:  2,690  vines/ha Petit  Syrah:  1,346  vines/haIrrigation:  managed  with  neutron  probes  and  field  evaluationsVineyard  division:  8  blocks  of  the  varieties  that  go  into  the  blend
  15. 15. THE  MCNAB  RANCH  MAPPINGClones: Cabernet  Sauvignon clone  7  (  on  5c  and  3309C  rootsstock) Malbec   Cot clone  595    (on  101-­‐14MG  rootstock) Old  Vine  Petit  Syrah  (  durif  selection non  grafted) Merlot  (mostly  clone  3    on 5C  and  181  roostocks)Training  system:  Vertical    shoot  positioningSoil:  1-­‐ Recent  sedimentary  deposits  on  the  valley  floor  along  Mc Nab  Creek.  (drained  Cole  Loam,  Russian  River  Loam).2-­‐Ancient  sedimentary  rocks  that  are  uplifted  seafloor  and  now  form  the  surrounding  mountains.   (Pinole  gravelly  loam  and  redvine sandy  clay  loam).
  16. 16. THE  MCNAB  VINEYARD SOIL  STRATIFICATION Pinole  series Cole  loam   This  very  deep,  somewhat  poorly  drained  soil  is  on river  terraces.  It   formed  in  alluvium  derived  from mixed rock  sources. Redvine Series Deep,  well  drained  soils  formed  in  old  alluvial  material  weathered   from  sedimentary  rock.  Redvine soils  are  on  dissected  terraces  and   have  slopes  of  2  to  30  %.  The  Pinole  series  consists  of  very  deep,  well  drained  soils  that  formed  in  alluvium  derived  from  mixed  rock  sources.  
  17. 17. THE  MCNABBIODINAMICALLY  FARMED Pest  and  disease  management. -­‐ Managed  through  a  diversity  of  plants  and  animals -­‐ Non-­‐productive  areas  planted. -­‐ Formal  landscape.   Manage  the  property  as  a  whole. Monitor  nutrient  loss  and  create  a  self  reliant  system. Biodynamic  Preparations.
  18. 18. THE  MCNAB  2006 Variety:  43  %  Merlot,  40  %    Cabernet  Sauvignon, 9%  Malbec ,  8%  Petit  Syrah Harvest  :    October  20   24,  2006 Yield:  7.68    tons  per  hectare Cabernet  Sauvignon:  7.9  tons/ha Malbec:  8.9  tons/ha Old  Vine  Petit  Syrah:  9.1  tons/ha Merlot:  6.9  tons/ha pH:  3.55 Total  Acidity:  5.9  g/l Alcohol:  13.9% Aging:  23  months  in  French  oak  barrels Barrel  cooperage:  Vicard,  Taransaud,  Alain  Fouguet,   Seguin  Moreau Barrel  Aging:  80%  new,  20%  2nd.  use Cases:  770  (9  Lt.  cases) First  vintage  :  2002
  19. 19. EOLO  VINEYARDVineyard    Setting: Location:  10  m  (32  feet)  above  the  north  bank  of  the  Mendoza  River Appellation:  Lujan  de  Cuyo,  Mendoza Altitude:  983  m  (3225  feet)  above  sea  level Andes  Mountains Mendoza  River Eolo
  20. 20. INFLUENCES  ON  EOLOClimate:  Temperated by  its  proximity  to  the  Mendoza  River.Higher  altitude  provides  protection  from  harmful  winds.Soil:  Alluvial.  The  terrain  was  formed  by  ancient  riverbeds.  Poor  in  nutrients,  loamy  sand  texture  with  gravels  appearing  at  depths  of  90  cm. Andes  Mountains Mendoza  River Eolo
  21. 21. INFLUENCES  ON  EOLO The  Zonda Wind Originates  in  the  Pacific  Ocean.  Discharges  its  moisture  on  the  Chilean  side  and  passes  to  Argentine  as  a  dry  wind. Andes  MountainsPacific  Ocean Chile Argentina Eolo
  22. 22. EOLO    VINEYARDTotal  hectares:  20  haVineyard  planted  in  1912Planting  Density:  5,550  Plants/  haIrrigation  :  Old  techniques  of  dykes  and  ditches  that  flood  with  water  from  the  upper  Mendoza    River.  Vineyard  Division: 4  Blocks
  23. 23. EOLO VINEYARD  MAPPINGHectares:  4  haMasal  selectionTraining  system:  Double  GuyotSoil:  Loamy  sand  with  horizontal  bands  of  clay  loam.  Gravels,  varying  in  diameter  from  2  to  30  cm,  appear  at  90  cm.
  24. 24. EOLO   SOIL  STRATIFICATION 0-­‐ 0.29  m:  loam 0.3-­‐ 0.8  m:  clay loam   0.81-­‐ 1.45  m:  sandy  loam  
  25. 25. EOLO  2008 Variety:  93%  Malbec,  5%  Cabernet  Sauvignon,  2%  Petit  Verdot Harvest:  April  15th -­‐ 25th,  2008.   Yield:  3.9  tons/ha pH:  3.61 Total  Acidity:  6.52  g/l Alcohol:  15.5% Aging:  18  months  in  medium  plus  toast  French  oak  barrels Barrel  cooperage:  Seguin  Moreau,  Sylvain,  Demptos Barrel  Aging:  70%  new  and  30%  1  use Cases:  516  (9  Lt.  Cases) First  vintage:  2005
  26. 26. PEUMO Vineyard  Setting: Peumo vineyard  sits  along  the  Cachapoal River s  terraced  hillside,  within  the  Coastal  range. Appellation  :  Peumo,  Cachapoal Valley Altitude:  170  meters  above  sea  level    Rapel  Basin Carmin de  Peumo Cachapoal  River
  27. 27. INFLUENCES  ON  PEUMO Climate:  Sub  Humid  Mediterranean Naturally  protected  by  the  Coastal  Mountain  Range Influenced  by  the  Cachapoal River  and  Rapel Reservoir  and    the  Pacific  Ocean Warm  days  and  cold  nights Days  of    sunshine  130  average  (bud  break   harvest) Microclimate   no  frosts Sunlight  per  day    :  14  hours    (7:30  a.m -­‐ 8:30  p.m.  Nov.  to  March) Soil:  River  bench  associated  soils,  deep  alluvial  clay  loams. Peumo vineyard  is  geomorphologically made  by  several  alluvial  (Cachapoal river)and  colluvial (Peumo mountains)   movements.Rapel  Basin Carmin de  Peumo Cachapoal  River
  28. 28. PEUMO  VINEYARDTotal  hectares  Block  32:  8.5  haVineyard  planted:  in  1983  (planted  with  non  grafted  Carmenère)Planting  density:  2,700  plants/  haDrip  IrrigationVineyard  Division  Block  32:  4  sectors
  29. 29. Block  32,  Sector  1Hectares:  2.2  ha  (planted  with  non  grafted  Carmenère).Clones:  Pre  phyloxera stock.Training  system:  Vertical  shoot  positioned 3 100 1 4 134 2 1 2 52 32
  30. 30. PEUMO,  BLOCK  32,  SOIL  STRUCTURE Soil 2mts
  31. 31. CARMIN  DE  PEUMO  2008 Variety:  Carmenère  90%,  Cabernet  Sauvignon  7.5%  ,   Cabernet  Franc  2.5% Harvest:  April  12th 24th,  2008 Yield:  4  tons/ha pH:  3.56 Total  Acidity:  5.51  g/l Alcohol:  14.7% Aging:  18  months  in  medium  toast  French  oak  barrels Barrel  cooperage:  Demptos,  Seguin  Moreau,  fine  grain,   medium  toast Age  of  barrel:  100%  new Cases:  1,500  (9  Lt.  Cases) Vintages:  2003,  2005,  2007,  2008
  32. 32. QUINTA  DE  MAIPOVineyard  Setting: Located  on  the  southern  bank  of  the  Maipo River  at  the  foot  of  the  Andes  Mountains Appellation:  Buin,  Maipo  Valley Altitude:  420  meters  above  sea  level Andes  Mountains Maipo  River Gravas  del  Maipo
  33. 33. INFLUENCES    ON  QUINTA  DE  MAIPOClimate:  Semiarid  Mediterranean With  Andean  influence,  protected  by  the  nearby  hills.Soil:  Alluvial  rocky  soils The  Maipo River  has  carried  stony  material  from  the  mountains,  leaving   terrace  soils  of  Andean  origin   that  contain  volcanic  rocks,  ash  and  sedimentary  deposits. Andes  Mountains Maipo  River Gravas  del  Maipo
  34. 34. QUINTA  DE  MAIPOTotal  hectares  Blocks  38,  39:    11.91  ha. Vineyard  planted  in  1967;  Grafted  with  Syrah  in2002 Planting  density  :  2,666  Plants/  ha Drip  Irrigation. Vineyard  Division  Blocks  38  and  39:  Subdivided  by  plant  vigor
  35. 35. SUB  DIVISION  BY  VIGORHectares:  11.91  haMasal selectionTraining  system:  Vertical  shoot  positioned  syrah  its  round,  complex  and  elegant  tannins.    
  36. 36. BLOCK  GRAVAS,  SOIL  STRATIFICATION Soil 2mtsStones
  37. 37. GRAVAS  DEL  MAIPO  2008Variety:  91%  Syrah,  9%  Cabernet  SauvignonHarvest  :  April  19th,  2008Yield:  4,9  tons/hapH:  3.49Total  acidity:  5.82  g/lAlcohol:  15.2%Aging:  17  months  in  French  oak  barrelsBarrel  cooperage  :  Berger,  Demptos,  Seguin  Moreau  y  TaransaudBarrel  Aging:  70%  new,  30%  second  useCases:  1,000  (9  Lt.  Cases)First  Vintage:  2007
  38. 38. PUENTE  ALTOVineyard  Setting: Located  on  the  North  bank  of  the  Maipo River,  at  the  foot  of  the  Andes  Mountains. Appellation  :  Puente  Alto,  Maipo Valley Altitude:  650  meters  above  sea  level     Andes  Mountains Maipo  River Don  Melchor
  39. 39. INFLUENCES  ON  PUENTE  ALTOClimate: Semiarid  Mediterranean Influence  from  the  Andes  Mountains Refreshing  mountain  breezes,  chanelled down  the  Maipo canyon,  cool  the  vineyard  producing  sharp   temperature  differencesSoil:  Alluvial  stony  soil  that  comprises  material  carried  from  the  Andes  by  the  Maipo River   Nutrient  poor  and  weakly  absorbent  soil. Andes  Mountains Maipo  River Don  Melchor
  40. 40. PUENTE  ALTOTotal  hectares:  114  ha  (107  Cabernet  Sauvignon,  7  Cabernet  Franc)Age  of  vineyard:  Over  twenty  five  year  old  vines  Planting  density  :  2,000-­‐6,900  plants/ha  Drip  IrrigationVineyard  Division:  7  Blocks
  41. 41. PUENTE  ALTO  VINEYARD  MAPPINGClones:  Pre-­‐phylloxera stockTraining  system:  Vertical  shoot  positioned 1 CABERNET  SAUVIGNONSoil:  Stony,  alluvial,  deep  yet  poor  in  nutrients,  meaning  that  the  roots  delve  deep  in  search  of  water,  which  also  provides  the  plants  better  drought  resistance 2 CABERNET  SAUVIGNON fruits  and  chocolate 3 CABERNET  SAUVIGNON 4 CABERNET  SAUVIGNON 1 5 CABERNET  SAUVIGNON Jammy and  spicy 2 6 CABERNET  SAUVIGNON -­‐ a  complex  wine 4 6 preserves 7 3 5 7 CABERNET  FRANC
  42. 42. PUENTE  ALTO,  SOIL  STRATIFICATION Soil 10  cms Soil 40  cms Soil 80  cmsStones Stones Stones
  43. 43. DON  MELCHOR  2008Variety:  97%  Cabernet  Sauvignon,  3%  Cabernet  FrancHarvest  :  April,  15th   May  23thYield:  3.6  tons/hapH:  3.65Total  Acidity:  5.63  g/lAlcohol:  14.8%Aging:  15  months  in  French  oak  barrelsBarrel  cooperage  :  Seguin  Moreau,  Taransaud,  Demptos,  Berger,  SylvainBarrel  Aging:  2/3  new,  1/3  one  use  Cases:  13,500  (9  Lt.  cases)First  Vintage:  1987

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