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Wines from Lolol

Wines from Lolol

François Lurton is World renowned for creating distinctive wines and has been making wine in Chile since 1992. In 2000, he found the perfect ‘cool, ocean influence’ location at Lolol in the Colchagua Valley. The estate has 26 hectares of vines focused on high quality production. Much of the estate is certified ‘Organic’ and following ‘Biodynamic’ principles. François believes that ‘producing wines as naturally as possible is good for the environment, good for consumers and tastes better!’

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    An explosion of blackcurrant fruit on the nose gives way to complex notes of spice and a light woodiness on the palate. Read More
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    A fine nose of limes, nectarine and white flowers moves to an elegant and refined palate. Fresh but balanced with a slightly honeyed texture. Lemon, l... Read More
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Humo Blanco Reserva Sauvignon Blanc

A fine nose of limes, nectarine and white flowers moves to an elegant and refined palate. The acidity is fresh but balanced but a slightly honeyed texture. Lemon, limes and exotic fruits all appear on the long and pleasing finish

Araucano Reserva Carmenere

Deep crimson colour. Fresh and intense aromas of prune, white pepper and hints of as rosemary, thyme and eucalyptus. The mid-palate is round with a dense tannic structure. The aromatic length is dominated by notes of red fruits which adds contrast and complexity to this interesting wine.

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