The 2018 Vigno is somewhat more austere and powerful with more tannin and depth than the 2017 I tasted next to it. It's very complete and has all the ingredients for a long development in bottle. It's a wine with power and balance but it's a little backward; the 2017 is more expressive and open more drinkable now. But this will be a long-distance runner and more complete. 6828 bottles were filled in October 2019.
A blend of 85% Carignan and Malbec Carménère Cabernet Sauvignon and Cinsault from Maule this wine spent 6 months in barrels and 14 in casks. Offers open expressive aromas of plum cherry and strawberry with a touch of balsam. Smooth with fine tannins that guide it on its way to the long finish.v