Means west or “where the sun sets”. History tells us that the mapuche saw the stars in the sky over the Pacific Ocean and as the earth was rotating, they would hide in the sea and become starfish. At that time no one knew that the earth was round and turning; back then they believed the stars were falling into the deep darkness of the ocean.
MOLU Pinot Noir
Intense ruby with violet hues. Expressive and fruity, upfront aromas of cherries and raspberries; lightly spicy. The French oak elegantly frames the intense fruit, contributing hints of vanilla and cinnamon in the aftertaste. Long and clean in the finish.
MOLU SAUVIGNON BLANC
Pale green in colour. The nose is fresh, combining citrus and tropical fruit aromas, together with gentle mineral and herbal notes. Notable for its freshness thanks to its vibrant acidity which contributes a long, clean finish.
This wine is a bright, pale yellow. The nose is fresh and expressive, dominated by aromas of citrus and tropical fruit, such as limes and fresh pineapple. Medium-bodied, fresh, with good persistence. The finish is soft and dominated by fruit-filled aromas.
Area of origin: Lolol, Coastal Colchagua