Santa Digna was the name of the wayside crosses at a property in Spain. These crosses were used to mark boundaries, symbolizing good luck and protection for those setting out for remote lands. They were also used to name Miguel Torres first property in Chile and the first wine produced from this land. Santa Digna Carmenere is elegant on the palate, with soft tannins delivering nuances of leather and spices. The ageing in French oak provides a pleasant toasted background.
Cherry colour with eucalyptus that culminate in a sublime hint of mandarin oranges. Elegant on the palate with sweet tannins and nuances of leather and spices. Its ageing in French oak lends it a pleasant toasted background.
Miguel Torres was one of the first foreign investors to buy land in Chile, attracted by the special climatic conditions of this region. In 1979 Torres purchased one hundred hectares of vineyard in Maquehua, San Francisco Norte and Cordillera and a winery located in the Curic