Garage Wine Co Renacido Vineyard Maule Valley Lot 104 2019
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Dry
  • Residual Sugar: 2.1 g/l
  • Light Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 13.5% alc./vol

Garage Wine Co Renacido Vineyard Maule Valley Lot 104 2019

Secano Interior - Portezuelo, Chile
Regular price $51.95per bottle ($311.70per case)
6 bottles per case

Full-Bodied & Firm

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Garage Wine Co was literally started in a garage in 2001, by Etobicoke expat Derek Mossman and his wife Pilar Miranda. Since then, the dynamic duo have chosen to revive old vineyards in marginalized Chilean communities. They work mostly in the regions of Maule and Itata where they make highly coveted wines.

From the banks of the Perquilauquén River in the Caliboro zone in Maule’s dry-farmed secano, this cabernet has the rustic, tannic side of the valley’s reds, but they’re very well tamed by the alluvial soils of the vineyard. This wine pushes the limits in terms of latitude for Cabernet Sauvignon and is a beautiful expression of the varietal and terroir.

Serve with grilled meats and vegetables - perfect for steak night!

About the Winery

Garage Wine Co.

Garage Wine was literally started in a garage in 2001, by Etobicoke expat Derek Mossman and his wife Pilar Miranda. Since then, the dynamic duo handcraft wines from a series of individual vineyards located in the Maule and Itata Valleys, in the south of Santiago, Chile.

Garage Wine Co makes wines from a series of individual parcels, small lots / bottlings of 8-22 barrels that include a series of dry-farmed field-blends of Carignan, Garnacha, Monastrell, País, Cinsault and Cab Franc grown on pre-phylloxera rootstock with small farmers in the Maule and Itata. Each wine is from a 1-2 hectare parcel in a different place.

Over the years working in the community they have raised a veritable posse of vineyard hands whose skills are working the vineyards the old way / the traditional way– originario. The vineyards are on the old coastal range of mountains closer to the Pacific and have granitic soils with cracks for roots to get deep down into.

When GWCo. speaks of the provenance of these wines they mean more than just the geological terroir. Derek and Pilar think the farming practices that have evolved over generations have as much to do with the wines’ personalities as the soils. All the wines are made by hand with native yeasts in small tanks, punched down manually and pressed out in a small basket press. GWCo is still very much a DIY operation and we still tow much of the crop back to the winery in trailers behind trusty pickup trucks 2,000 kilos at a time.

Press Reviews

Robert Parker

96 points

The incredibly perfumed 2019 Renacido Vineyard has nothing to do with the Renacidos from the past... Their explanation is as follows: "We started making Cabernet Sauvignon in Maule on the banks of the Perquilauquen River. It was a little heavy-set, perhaps husky, 'large boned.' So we went back to the drawing board and spent two years searching for something more particular, fresher, with finer bones. 2017-2018 came and went without commercial release, and then we found her... southeast of Cauquenes on Coastal Range of mountains facing eastward. Originally País, the Cabernet Sauvignon was grafted onto the 150+-year-old roots 10 years ago (some of the original old-vine Malbec was left without grafting and is in the field-blend)." I don't know how much Malbec we're talking about, but this is floral and aromatic, almost ethereal, with 13.5% alcohol, great freshness, a velvety texture and clean, vibrant and pristine flavors. Their most unusual Cabernet Sauvignon, and a great one! It has distinct wild berry aromas and flavors that I could not nail down but made me swallow the wine. Myrtle, rhubarb, berry and herbal with acidity. 2,992 bottles produced. It was bottled in January 2021. I found this to be spectacular, and I hear the 2021 will be off the charts...