Jose Gonzalez and his wife are both winemakers, with previous experience predominantly with some of Chile’s biggest brands, producing mainly bulk wine. By 2015 they’d grown tired of making wines to a formula and decided to branch out on their own. They had three daughters at the time (Trinidad, Margarita and Rosario) and combined their names to create Tringario. The subsequent arrival of their fourth daughter Sara caused a minor nomenclature crisis.
This wine is 100% Marselan, of which there are very few of in existence. An esoteric grape which in this cool climate produces a lighter style, more juicy fruit driven red wine.
Fermented in all temperature controlled concrete eggs, was very much a gamble. The concrete helps retain the freshness of the fruit while allowing for micro oxidation that steel does not, without imparting any additional flavor onto the wine. Only 5,000 bottles produced.