This wine is a collaboration between two winemakers – Julio Bouchon of Chile and David Nieuwoudt of South Africa. Longaví, meaning ‘snake’s head’, draws on the spirit and legends of two continents. The vine wreath depicted in the logo, denotes the ourobos, an ancient African symbol representing nature’s eternal cycle of renewal. The condor soaring high above the Andes represents freedom and the search for perfection. This sacred bird is believed to be man’s messenger to the gods. Longaví wines will certainly please both man and the gods!
Coming from a incredible and wild farm near Yumbel, from vines more than a 100 years old, this wines its with a lot of character with fresh fruit and wild herbs in the nose and in the palate its with a great texture that represent the place.
REGION: Colchagua Valley, Chile
GRAPE VARIETIES: Pais