In 1917 Pedro Pavone Voglino left his homeland (Piedmont, Italy), to set out on a long journey to the New World. It was his pioneer instinct that brought him to Chile and allowed him to discover the richness of the Maipo Valley. Delighted with the landscape of the area, and the special characteristics for the production of wines, he decided to settle down.
Santa Ema Merlot Reserva is deep red in color. On the nose, the unmistakable notes of chocolate and vanilla appear along with red fruits and roasted coffee. The palate is sikly and has tremendous structure, with nicely rounded ripe tannins.