Pulso 2014 Red Wine
Embark on a sensory journey with Pulso 2014, an extraordinary red wine crafted from vines rooted in the coastal region of the Colchagua Valley. Nestled within a small valley surrounded by mountains, Lolol Vineyards benefits from the area’s distinctive Mediterranean climate. With 400 mm of annual rainfall concentrated in winter and moderated summer temperatures, this terroir is marked by cool breezes from the mountains in the morning and refreshing ocean breezes in the afternoon.
The vineyard’s soils, originating from the surrounding mountains, boast a decomposed granite composition, varying in depth based on the slope. This unique blend creates a loamy-sand texture that imparts the wine with its exceptional floral aromas. With a yield of 8 tons per hectare, the vineyard’s commitment to quality shines through.
The winemaking process is a testament to tradition and innovation. Pulso 2014 is crafted using native yeasts, long post-alcoholic fermentation macerations, and traditional vinification with whole berries. Notably, 30% reincorporated stems enhance the wine’s complexity, while a meticulous process involving Apollo Eggs for over 120 days imparts distinctive characteristics. Cabernet Franc, fermented as whole berries, adds a layer of sophistication. Aging for 12 months in old barrels and Apollo Eggs allows for micro-oxygenation, and the wine is bottled unfined after undergoing gross filtration.
The growing season of 2014, marked by a cold spring, didn’t deter the vineyard accustomed to breezes that naturally cool the area. This vintage showcases a beautiful explosion of red fruits in the nose. Warm days in January prompted an early harvest on March 4th for Malbec and March 27th for Cabernet Franc, preserving the wine’s signature balance.
Bottled on April 3rd, 2015, this captivating red wine was released to the world in May 2018. Pulso 2014 is a poetic tribute to the harmonious marriage of nature, craftsmanship, and time. Indulge in its complexities, savor its nuances, and experience the heartbeat of the Colchagua Valley in every sip. We proudly present this limited edition, with a total production of 4,853 bottles.