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Naranjo Torontel Loncomilla Maturana Wines 2021

Naranjo Torontel Loncomilla Maturana Wines 2021

Tangy orange wine carefully crafted and produced in tiny quantities. It stays in contact with the pinkish skins of Torontel for 8 months, thus its orange hue. It is made from heritage vines of almost 80 years old located in Loncomilla, a remote sub-region of the Maule Valley in Chile.

"Aromatic orange wine with concentrated flavours of honey and orange peel, with a potpourri of spices. Polished and fresh, with a long, elegant finish. "

  • Torontel
  • ABV 13.5%
  • Drink now
    2021 - 2024
  • Cork
  • Dry
  • Vegan

“This is a lovely old-vine torontel with a rich potpurri of floral flavours and tangy zip.”

Will Lyons (The Sunday Times)

“What a story! The Maturanas lost pretty much everything in the 2010 earthquakeand have turned to making small-batch, thoroughly 21st-century wines such as thisorange one made from aromatic grapes macerated before fermentation. The result is chock-full of flavour and a little chewy but not excessively so.”

Jancis Robinson (Financial Times)

November 2023


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Jose Ignacio Maturana and his family started the production of unique wines that they hoped would display a sense of place and that represent a way of life. Together they created Maturana Wines, a project based on vines of more than 70 years old, which are worked completely by hand and following organic principles.
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The quality and availability of Chilean wines have flourished in the last twenty years. While wine consumers worldwide enjoy the easy-drinking charm of Chile’s inexpensive fruity wines, Chile’s wine producers have higher aspirations too, to make stylish, complex wines expressive of their unique origins, wines with a tangible ‘sense of place’, a notion the Europeans call terroir.
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