Errazuriz 2017 Vintage Report

The 2017 vintage in the Aconcagua Valley blessed us with wines with sophistication that beautifully balance fruit concentration, structure and depth mainly given the season’s particularly low yields.

Bordeaux varietals shine with smooth, round and velvety tannins while purity, minerality and intensity mark Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blancs.

Errazuriz 2015 Vintage Report

The 2014-2015 season began with an ideal spring, the heat summation was moderately higher than the historic average, and there was no rainfall.. The relatively early 2015 harvest resulted in a vintage with a fresh palate profile, fine tannins, elegant potency and concentration, subtle aromatic expression, and deep colour.

Errazuriz 2014 Vintage Report

The season began with a cool spring, including some cold spells in late September, but also exceptionally little rain. These conditions resulted in small berry sizes giving excellent flavour concentration and structure to the wine.

Errazuriz 2013 Vintage Report

The 2012-2013 season was cold, especially in the northern areas, with rain in spring and variable yields according to each variety and climatic zone. The spring rains made vine vigour a greater challenge than most years. But overall, this cooler weather made it a vintage that stands out for its freshness and elegance.

Errazuriz 2012 Vintage Report

The 2011-2012 season was warm and dry with moderate yields. Comparted to last season, this year had higher minimum and maximum average temparatures in February and March and less preceipitation between October and April, which led to very healthy grapes but made water management difficult by generating stress in the vines and dehydration of the grapes in some cases.

Errazuriz 2011 Vintage Report

The 2010-2011 season was cold and had low yields, similar, in both aspects, to the 2009-2010 season, although the current season differed in the absence of frosts and higher rainfall, although neither affected the health of the grapes except for late-ripening varieties in the southern zone.

Errazuriz 2010 Vintage Report

Generally speaking, the 2009 - 2010 season has been one of the coolest in recent years, and the conditions of a cold, dry year led to the long, gentle maLuration of very healthy fruit, but which also resulted in low yields.

Errazuriz 2009 Vintage Report

The essentially rain-free weather conditions during the 2008-2009 winegrowing season were particularly amenable to producing healthy fruit.

Errazuriz 2008 Vintage Report

The 2007-2008 harvest season came to an end, leaving the impression that we are facing a season that can be defined as correct in terms of quality, with specific challenges in some cases, like high temperatures during summer's months, and very good outcomes in some varieties such Merlot, Shiraz and Carmenere. Throughout the country the general perception is that this was an atypical season (in the end they all are): the coldest and driest winter of the last 40 years; sea temperature in spring of 2°C below historic average (La Nina); a cold, dry spring (data from our weather stations indicate that this season was dry until the end of April); high heat summation in March and April.

Errazuriz 2007 Vintage Report

The 2007-2008 harvest season came to an end, leaving the impression that we are facing a season that can be defined as correct in terms of quality, with specific challenges in some cases, like high temperatures during summer's months, and very good outcomes in some varieties such Merlot, Shiraz and Carmenere.

Errazuriz 2006 Vintage Report

The 2005/6 growing season finally drew to a close after an extended harvest and promises good quality wines with deep colour, intense fruit aromas and rich flavours.

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