Pais and Huasa

            

 

This line is elaborated from the variety Pais, also called Mision, Listan Prieto.

 

This variety brought by the missionaries has been set aside in the Chilean wine industry, until Louis-Antoine Luyt showed that he could make fine wines with it and of high quality.

 

The Huasa wines are kept in barrels, however the Pais wines are not.

The name "Huasa" comes from the name of the wife of the Huaso, the chilean farmer.

Other wines:
Vintage 2019
 
Huasa de Pilen Alto

 

 

Pais de Quenehuao
 
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100% Pais

Vineyard : 220 years old

Alcohol content : 12,2°.

Type of storage : Vat

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100% Country

Vigne : 300 ans

Alcohol : 14,4°

Type de garde : bottle

Vintage 2013
Huasa de Pilen Alto

 

100% Pais

Vineyard : 220 years old

Alcohol content : 13°.

Type of storage : Vat

Vintage 2011
 
Pais de Quenehuao

 

 

  

100% Pais

Vineyard : 300 years old

Alcohol content : 12,9°.

Type of storage : Vat

Vintage 2012
 
Huasa de Trequilemu

 

 

100% Pais

Vineyard : 300 years old

Alcohol content: 12.9

Type of storage : 12 months in barrels

Vintage 2010
Huasa de Trequilemu

 

100% Pais

Vineyard : 300 years old

Alcohol content : 13°.

Type of storage : Vat

Pais de Quenehuao

 

  

100% Pais

Vineyard : 300 years old

Alcohol content : 12,5°.

Type of storage : Vat

Vintage 2009
Pais de Quenehuao

 

  

 

100% Pais

Vineyard : 300 years old

Alcohol content : 12,9°.

Type of storage : Vat