The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands were called Santa Digna. These crosses were used to mark boundaries and symbolized good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands.
The image of Santa Digna retains the purest aspects of our identity, bringing together the prosperity and simplicity of the Chilean project. It reflects the combination of its origin (a cross representing prosperity) with the Latin American Andean cross, in appreciation of the continent and the culture that welcomed us more than 30 years ago.
Tasting note: Cherry color with soft blackberry aromas and balsamic notes of eucalyptus finishing with a delicious hint of mandarin orange. This wine is elegant on the palate, with soft tannins delivering nuances of leather and spices. The aging in French oak provides a pleasant toasted background.
Pairing: Meat, Soup, Baked fish