The POLKURA hill is located on the western end of the Colchagua Valley, in central-south Chile, less than 30 km. from the Pacific Ocean.
Although the marine influence is much bigger than in the rest of the valley, the mountain range separating Marchigüe from the coastal town of Pichilemu, prevents the sea breezes from entering with all their power into the valley.
Wines from Marchigüe are the responde to an “intermediate” climate. On the nose, typical cool climates notes such as black pepper and some herbs are found. On the palate, the wine is full bobied and has powerful tannins, wich is characteristic of warmer areas.