The wide variety of flavors that gives the fruit of our land. Strains and best pairings.

Sometime written Cinsault, is a red variety known for centuries in the Longuedoc related to Grenache. It has a good drought  resistance  and its best wine come from vines that yield less tan 40 hl/ha. The wine it produce tend to be lighter, softher, and, in extreme youth, more aromatica and charming cherry –fruited tan most of its peers. Cinsault is used almost exclusively to add suppleness, perfume, and inmediate fruit to blends.

Food matches for Cinsaut include:

  • Snails (escargot) with garlic butter (rosé)
  • Hot smoked salmon fillets (rosé)
  • Lamb with prunes and apricots (red)
  • Meat Pie, Empanadas (red)

Hectares in Chile: 615