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Gillmore Hacedor de Mundos Cabernet Franc 2014

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750ML / 14.5% ABV
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750ML / 14.5% ABV

Winemaker Notes

Hacedor de mundos is the expression of a dream, of an artisan and a territory that manifest as wines with deep character. The wines are from a small production of grapes produced in a 50 year old vineyard located in the dry coastal area of the Loncomilla Valley.

Deep red ruby color, in the nose elegant, violets, spicy plus very complex fruit aromas. The palate is very expressive and unctuous balance characterized by a long finish.

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RP 93
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Most wines from Gillmore have a balsamic and herbal profile, with notes of wild herbs, flowers and berries, and in the case of the 2014 Hacedor de Mundos Cabernet Franc, these notes are complemented by plenty of freshly crushed black peppercorns that give it a varietal character. It's very tasty and has very good freshness combined with good ripeness but without excess in any direction. It matured in barrel for 18 months. 5,000 bottles were filled in January 2016.
D 93
Decanter
Andrés Sanchéz produces this fresh, balsamic and floral Cabernet Franc from old, dry-farmed vines grown in granite soil in Maule. The wild but balanced and very pleasant profile features grippy, juicy tannins and a lengthy finish. Drinking Window 2020 - 2023
JS 92
James Suckling
A bright and fresh red with cherry and blackberry aromas that follow through to a medium body, fine tannins and a clean finish. Focused and refined.
TA 92
Tim Atkin

Maule is not best known for its Cabernet Francs, but in the hands of Andrés Sánchez the variety can be delicious. Grassy, graphite and violet aromas segue into a palate that’s fresh and focused with nuanced tannins. 2018-22. Alcohol: 14.2%

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Vina Gillmore began with a dream. In the late 1980s, Chilean visionary Francisco Gillmore took over operation of the century old Tabontinaja winery and its ancient dry-farmed vineyards planted to the rustic País variety. He took advantage of their healthy, hearty roots and grafted them with fine French varieties.

From the beginning his wines were imbued with the spirit of this unique dry-farmed condition of restriction and resistance in which their rustic personality was expressed with vibrant acidity and tremendous character. The project also includes his daughter, Daniella Gillmore, whose love of the country life guides her in overseeing the vineyards and the collection of native fauna on the farm. Her husband, winemaker Andrés Sánchez, is the talented artisan behind their wines Hacedor de Mundos, Vigno, Mariposa and Cobre, wines crafted to interpret the soul of the sector and its people. Their two children, Martín and Dominga now represent the third generation of the family to stretch their roots deep into the heart of this special zone of Maule.

Vina Gillmore is among the founding members of MOVI (Independent Vintner’s Movement), and Andrés was the driving force behind the recently formed Carignan Club (Vigno).

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Maule is the Central Valley’s most southern and coolest zone, reaching a southern latitude of 35°S, yet it is still warmer and drier than Bío-Bío to its south. The Maule Valley enjoys success with a unique set of grapes.

It lays claim to the local variety, Pais (synonymous with Tinta Pais, which is actually Tempranillo), which has dominated much of the region’s area under vine until the recent past. Now many growers, not confined by the tradition and regulations of the Old World, also successfully grow Cabernet Sauvignon.

While Maule’s total area under vine remains relatively static, its old Carignan vineyards are undergoing a great revival. The VIGNO (Vignadores del Carignan Vintners) group, an association in charge of promoting this long-forgotten variety, is getting fantastic results from the old vines in its dry-farmed coastal zones.

The Maule includes the subregions of Talca, San Clemente, San Javier, Parral, Linares and Cauquenes.

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Cabernet Franc, a proud parent of Cabernet Sauvignon, is the subtler and more delicate of the Cabernets. Today Cabernet Franc produces outstanding single varietal wines across the wine-producing world. Somm Secret—One of California's best-kept secrets is the Happy Canyon appellation of Santa Barbara. Here Cabernet Franc shines as a single varietal wine or in blends, expressing sumptuous fruit, savory aromas and polished tannins.

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