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The passion for Syrah is the concept that best defines the nature of POLKURA.
The journey starts in 1998, when winemaker Sven Bruchfeld along with his friend and university buddy Gonzalo Mu?ñoz, were dreaming of future projects to do together. Gonzalo was studying in Spain and Sven was working during vintage in different wine regions around the world. They met at that time near Narbonne, in the south of France. A tasting of a Mediterranean style Syrah in one of the local wineries matched with a tasty lamb and mint sauce, defined this grape variety as the one to be the base for their future wine.

Once both were back in Chile, they set out to find the best place to develop a vineyard in order to maximize the grape quality and therefore the wine they had in mind.
This is how in 2002 they found the place they aimed. A neglected property in the Marchig?¬e area -the Western end of the Colchagua Valley- met the soil and climate requirements needed to fulfill their dream.

The San Antonio region is part of the greater GI of Aconcagua. It is one of Chile's coolest wine making regions, in contrast to the heat of the interior of the Aconcagua area. The cool climate is ideal for white wine and Pinot Noir.

Polkura 2021 Malbec

SKU: 770398
Regular price $39.85
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COUNTRY: Chile

REGION: San Antonio Valley

VARIETAL: Malbec

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FORMAT: 750 ML

The passion for Syrah is the concept that best defines the nature of POLKURA.
The journey starts in 1998, when winemaker Sven Bruchfeld along with his friend and university buddy Gonzalo Mu?ñoz, were dreaming of future projects to do together. Gonzalo was studying in Spain and Sven was working during vintage in different wine regions around the world. They met at that time near Narbonne, in the south of France. A tasting of a Mediterranean style Syrah in one of the local wineries matched with a tasty lamb and mint sauce, defined this grape variety as the one to be the base for their future wine.

Once both were back in Chile, they set out to find the best place to develop a vineyard in order to maximize the grape quality and therefore the wine they had in mind.
This is how in 2002 they found the place they aimed. A neglected property in the Marchig?¬e area -the Western end of the Colchagua Valley- met the soil and climate requirements needed to fulfill their dream.

The San Antonio region is part of the greater GI of Aconcagua. It is one of Chile's coolest wine making regions, in contrast to the heat of the interior of the Aconcagua area. The cool climate is ideal for white wine and Pinot Noir.