About This Wine
In 1928, Juan Torres Casals began distilling wines to make brandy in Spain’s Penedes region.
Eighty-four years later, Miguel Torres Maczassek took this experience to Chile and made the winery’s first pisco. Backed by this heritage, Miguel Torres Chile was established in the Curico Valley in 1979, with the family committing to organic grape growing and Fair Trade certification.
The stone crosses standing on the borders of lands in the region were called Santa Digna, and were used to mark boundaries, symbolizing good luck and protection for those setting off for remote lands. For the Torres family, the Santa Digna image illustrates the prosperity and simplicity of their Chilean project, and they use it to show their appreciation of the region that welcomed them.
The 2015 Santa Digna Rosé of Cabernet Sauvignon “Reserva” is a wonderful wine for toasting the Torres family… and for serving with a wide array of warm-weather fare.
- Grape Composition:Cabernet Sauvignon
- Grape Source:Central Valley Growing Region of Chile
- Aromas & Flavors:Strawberry, Bittersweet Cherry, Red Plum and a Hint of Kumquat
- When to Drink:Now Through 2018
- Food Pairing Suggestionoven-roasted sea bass with ginger lime sauce, or pasta with a rich meat sauce.
3 recipes match for this wine.
Hot And Spicy Orange Beef Match this flavorful recipe from Washington's Latch Creek Wine Cellars with Moscato d'Asti, Rose, Vouvray, and be amazed by how the mild sweetness of the wine helps tame the spiciness of the entree - a combination made in culinary heaven. The recipe makes 4 to 6 servings... Get The RecipeDown Island Burgers With Mango Mayo And Grilled Onions Each year, Sutter Home Winery conducts a &quot;Build a Better Burger&quot; recipe contest, and this year's winner was Julie DeMatteo, a retired school teacher from Clementon, New Jersey. We tried her recipe with a Rose, and the match was perfect. It also matches well with a wide array of red wines, and makes 4 servings. Get The Recipe