Vin Rouge
2010, 75cl
Cachapoal Valley

approx. £148.59



 Serve at 16º-18º

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O Produtor, tasting note published in December 8th 2013

The 2010 VIK has great structure and is very elegant, being mostly fresh and lively. Deep ruby red. Complex and intense, with lots of fresh red fruits, raspberry and cherry mixed with harmonious tobacco notes of blond tobacco and light oral touches. It presents a dominance of red fruits well accompanied by sweet spices, balsamic touches and an aroma reminiscent of hazelnuts, walnuts and barrel colors.

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Cachapoal Valley.

Decomposed granitic soil, deep and porous, with good drainage.

Temperate Mediterranean climate with marine influence that moderates maximum temperatures.

23 months in French oak barrels.

Allergens information

Contains sulphites.

SKU: 106903

Vik Wines

VIK was created in Millahue, in the Cachapoal Valley. This is a vineyard that embodies the perfect fusion of man, experience, land, climate and high technology.

The VIK vineyard was born at the foot of the Andes Mountains, within the Millahue Valley, called “Lugar de Oro” or “Golden Place” by the native Mapuche people: 4,300 hectares of astonishing Chilean nature where more than 327 hectares of vines have been planted.

VIK’s terroir offers a majestic and natural landscape made up of 12 valleys, each with its own microclimate, distinct exposures, all within a wind tunnel cooled by coastal breezes from the Pacific and winds from high in the Andes that give VIK enormous complexity and exceptional variety.

Head winemaker Cristian Vallejo oversees VIK’s viticulture and winemaking, ensuring that grapes are hand-picked and fermentation occurs naturally, without the addition of yeasts.

The wines are aged in a combination of new and used French oak barrels.


VIK Vineyard
Millahue, San Vicente de Tagua Tagua, Chile
VIK Office
Avda. Alonso de Córdova 5320, Oficina 301, Las Condes, Santiago de Chile, Chile