De Martino Cellar Collection Armida 2011


The fruit is from our emblematic Alto de Piedras vineyard in Isla de Maipo. It is a deep and intense colour and reveals aromatic layers of spices, black pepper and black fruit in which the notes of oak and leather from the ageing are perfectly integrated. In the mouth, it is medium-bodied and intensely fruity with a silky texture and very fine tannins that are beautifully balanced with the fresh acidity. With a very long finish, this wine is reaching its maturity and demonstrating all of its great potential.

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Winery Profile:
Pietro De Martino arrived in Chile from Italy in 1934 determined to find such a unique place like the wine he dreamed of producing. Maipo Island, with its rocky soils and Mediterranean climate, offered the perfect conditions to produce classic wines in a fresh and elegant style.

Since 1934 and for four generations, the family has specialized in producing wines that stand out for their sense of place, purity and balance. To this end, they practice sustainable agriculture and traditional winemaking, thus achieving wines that represent us, as well as being a true reflection of the vineyards from which they come.

Today, with more than 80 years of history, the winery combines the experience of the third generation of the family -represented by Pietro, Marco and Remo De Martino- with the dynamism and vision of the fourth generation, made up of Marco Antonio and Sebastián De Martino who, together with oenologist Nicolás Pérez, lead the projects of the cellar.

Region: Maipo Valley, Chile
Grapes: Carmenere
Volume: 750ml