This family owned business began in 1935, and has been booming in Valle de Colchagua, just outside of Santiago, for nearly 80 years. Tradition and history , paired with innovation and modern technology has allowed this winery to create three different categories of wine, with 2-4 wines per category. El Incidente, or The Incident, was first blended in 2007, with 85% Carmenere, with a bit of Petit Verdot and Malbec for complexity and freshness. It’s spicy, mocha and blueberry flavors are brought out as it’s aged in French oak barrels for 21 months. ViuManent.cl.