was one of the first foreign investors to buy land in Chile attracted by the special climatic conditions of this region. In 1979 Torres purchased one hundred hectares of vineyard and a winery in the Curicó area. With him, Miguel Torres brought his family’s long tradition of wine-making and over one hundred years of company history.Miguel Torres has purchased another two vineyards ('fundos') and now owns some three hundred and thirty hectares of vineyard located around Curicó
. The name Santa Digna was given to the crosses marking the district boundaries of a land. These crosses served to delimit territories and symbolised good fortune and protection for those who were leaving for other climes. Compared to more traditional rosés, Torres Santa Digna Rosé
is a wine of unmistakable personality: original, young and nonconformist. Its stylish charm is the result of careful vinification of the Cabernet Sauvignon
variety, during which only a short contact is allowed between grape skins and juice.
Torres Santa Digna Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé A beautiful pale cherry colour. The aroma is concentrated and powerful, reminiscent of plums and strawberries over a background of grapefruit. A full-flavoured wine with a delicate fruity acidity and outstanding floral flavours (reminiscent of violet and orange blossom). The aftertaste is long and smooth, with excellent balance.
Food & Wine match:
Excellent as an aperitif or with cured meat (e.g.ham, sausages and salami), and many pasta and vegetable dishes. Superb with oriental food. Serve at 8 – 10ºC.