As good Pais is wont to be, slightly feral, finely structured like cut marble, black cherries and forgotten herbs. The two wines designated under the Leonardo Erazo label are essentially what he refers to as his Grand Cru wines, showcasing the finest pockets of terroir that Chile has to offer. The oldest vines, in the most favoured spot, were treated with kindness and thoughtfulness. They were planted in the 1860’s, dry grown and incredibly low yielding - making for some of the most concentrated and intense fruit. A Los Viñateros Bravos translates to 'To The Brave Vignerons', a tip of the cap to the valiant grape-growers who have kept the Chilean wine scene thriving for almost five centuries.