Gonzalez Bastias Naranjo Maule Chile 2020

MXN $750

Grape: Moscatel Rosada 40% – Torontel 40% – País 20%

Region: Maule, Chile

Wine Notes: a seriously impressive wine! Aromas of yummy smells with hints of peach and beautiful white flowers. On the palate, it’s light and refreshing, with a perfectly balanced texture—smooth and just the right amount of body. If you’ve never tried an orange wine before, this one is a total game-changer and a super cool way to start your orange wine journey!

Good to have it with: a killer pairing with spicy food, sweet and sour dishes, like orange chicken.

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Wine Details

The fruit comes from dry-farmed vineyards with 200-year-old bush vines grown deep in the Maule Valley, lending intensity and complexity to the wine.

Vinification/ Aging: Manual Harvest with selection, fermentation on closed tanks with no skins, native yeasts. Several times a day manual stomping is carried. 6 months in old foudre barrels and only free run no pumping.
Alcohol Grade: 12.3%
Best to have it: 7-10ºC
Production: 10,600 bottles
Size: 750 ml

The Winery: Viñas Gonzalez Bastias

José Luis Gómez Bastías represents the 5th generation of his family cultivating vineyards in the Maule River’s south bank, 44km inland from the Pacific.

They preserve 200-year-old País bush vines instead of replacing them with popular international varieties. They adhere to traditional farming and winemaking practices, emphasizing music, food, and a philosophy of respecting nature. Their four hectares of vineyards coexist with fruit trees and wildlife, utilizing sheep for grass control and natural fertilization. José Luis met agronomist Daniela Lorenzo in 2013, and together they now manage the vineyards and winery.

Their aim is to sustainably live and work while preserving the land’s history and traditions. The project is expanding, with improvements to vineyards and new site plantings, all while maintaining ancestral methods.

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Winemaking style

Natural, Organic