Seña, Chile's first icon wine, grapes of Boreaux blended.
Vina Sena is the result of a choice to make a fantastic wine by 2 wine icons: Eduardo Chadwick from Chile and Robert Mondavi from California. Since 2005 Sena is 100% owned by the Chadwick family, who are also owners of Errázuriz, the personal project of Eduardo Chadwick. Viña Seña is biodynamically cultivated in Valle de Aconcagua, north of Santiago. This icon wine is overloaded with prizes and medals every year.
The 2008 Sena has a cool, reserved bouquet of blackberries, raspberry leaves, stone strokes and a touch of Margaux-like violets. The palate is medium-bodied with ripe tannins, crunchy acidity and a symmetrical, rather rigorous, mineral-like finish, tobacco lingering on the aftertaste. Delicious with grilled meats, hard cheeses, stews.
Type: Red Wine
Grape variety(s): 57% cabernet sauvignon, Carmenere 20%, merlot, 10% cabernet franc, petit verdot 8% and cabernet franc 5%
Bottom: In the vineyards, biodynamic work is carried out.
Average vine age:
Aging: 22 months french oak
Origin: Aconcagua Valley, Santiago, Chile.