CARIGNAN

Crazy Rows wines are light-bodied and fruity, showing off the grape variety and its terroir. It’s an opportunity to explore intriguing wines that are faithful to their centuries-old winemaking heritage in Chile.
Carignan was originally brought to Chile from southern France at the beginning of the XX century, and planted principally in the dry-farmed secano interior of the Maule Valley. With fewer than 1,000 hectares of this variety planted in Chile.
Crazy Rows Carignan has a bright purple color, high intensity of berries and dry herbs, juicy in the palate.

CINSAULT

Crazy Rows wines are light-bodied and fruity, showing off the grape variety and its terroir. It’s an opportunity to explore intriguing wines that are faithful to their centuries-old winemaking heritage in Chile.

Cinsault is a red variety originally from southern France, and is an essential part of the patrimonial winemaking tradition of the Itata Valley. It arrived in Chile after the tragic Chillán earthquake that affected the nearby agricultural zones. Originally, Cinsault was planted in the cooler, more coastal zones of the Itata Valley, in the hills that are so characteristic of the area.

Crazy Rows Cinsault presents a Bright red color, high intensity of red fruit and spicy notes, soft and juicy in the palate.

PAIS

Crazy Rows wines are light-bodied and fruity, showing off the grape variety and its terroir. It’s an opportunity to explore intriguing wines that are faithful to their centuries-old winemaking heritage in Chile.

The País variety has been with us ever since the beginning of Chile’s history. It arrived here in the XVI century from Spain. In large part our winemaking history was forged thanks to this variety. In the almost 10,000 hectares planted in Chile, it is a patrimonial variety par excellence, with the vast majority of the vines found in the Maule, Itata, and Bio-Bio Valleys.

Crazy Rows Pais reveals a light red color, high intensity of red fruit, juicy in the palate.

MOSCATEL

Crazy Rows wines are light-bodied and fruity, showing off the grape variety and its terroir. It’s an opportunity to explore intriguing wines that are faithful to their centuries-old winemaking heritage in Chile. 

Muscat of Alexandria, or Moscatel, was one of the first white varieties planted by the Spanish in Chile. It was originally planted on the coast of the Itata Valley and near the city of Concepción. Thanks to its rustic qualities and good adaptation to the dry-farmed secano interior, the old Moscatel vines have remained for hundreds of years.

Crazy Rows Moscatel has a bright yellow pale, high intensity of citric fruit with delicate white flowers and fresh palate.