The wine offers an intense violet color, with aromas of flowers, plums, white tea and cedar. Soft and velvety tannins show finesse and balance.
Owners Alfonso Undurraga Mackenna and his sons Alfonso, Max and Cristobal founded Koyle in 2006. They comprise a legacy of Chilean winemaking excellence that dates back to 1885 when their descendents founded the family’s eponymous winery, Undurraga. In 2006, when the family sold Undurraga the winery and vineyards which allowed Alfonso to pursue a lifelong dream finding superior terroir from which to produce handcrafted, authentic, small production Chilean red wines. The biodynamically farmed 2,718 acre estate is located in the Los Lingues zone of Colchagua Valley, at the foothills of the Andes Mountains. Winemaker and viticulturalist Cristobal Undurraga Marimon worked for Chateau Latour and Franciscan Estates and seeks to produce wines that strike the right balance between European restraint and Chilean fruit. The winery was named after a beautiful, endangered, indigenous purple plant that the Chilean Indians called Koyle.
|(87% Malbec, 10% Syrah, 3% Cabernet Sauvignon). Sourced from select lots, the hand-harvested fruit was sorted in the cellar. Following cold maceration, the must fermented in stainless steel tanks and was aged in French oak for 12 months.
|Vina Koyle was born due to a 6 generation winemaking tradition the Undurraga carry in their blood and which began in 1885 with Francisco Undurraga Vicuna.
A premium winery from the Colchagua Valley, Vina Koyle is dedicated to the production of wines with their own identity. Using tools such as a biodynamic management of the vineyards and the family tradition, Koyle aims to reflect the excellence of their terroir.