Gustavo Martinez Kilako Sparkling Wine is 100% Moscatel from Quilaco (which geographically belongs to the Bío Bío region but from a winemaking standpoint is considered Itata due to the granite composition of the soil), where Moscatel is Queen accounting for about 85% of total vineyard plantings. These grapes come from a single hectare of 25-year-old vines from a husband and wife growing team in the coastal range at about 350m of altitude. The grapes are hand-harvested, destemmed, and go through a 2-week fermentation with skin maceration before pressing into stainless steel and then finishing ancestral fermentation in bottle under crown cap for around 6 more months. Unfined, unfiltered, low sulfur addition at bottling. Very limited production. Dried citrus and orchard fruit, clove, and sea spray.