A deep ruby red colour, with complex aromas of black cherries, tobacco and cinnamon. With a great concentration this wine has good structure on the palate with soft tannins and a long finish.
Alberto Siegel Lubbe was a German architect, born in 1870. He had built some of the most important and traditional buildings in Santiago from the 20th century, including the Reserva Federal de Chile building. His son Alberto Siegel Dauelsberg was a winegrower in charge of well-known vineyards. Later he studied agronomy and acquired experience in some wine cellars in Germany.
Viña Siegel has more than 700 hectares planted with vineyards strategically located over several regions ranging from the foothills of The Andes, at Los Lingues to the highest coast zones, like Peralillo, and really close to the Pacific Ocean at the Leyda Valley.