Chile is known for producing excellent bargain wines, and if you're looking for a delightfully fruit driven New-World wines, look no further than the Lanya.
Lanya has all of the characteristics of a fine wine, but without the price tag! The grapes are chosen to ensure that only the best bunches made it into the finished wine. And the fruit was harvested over a number of weeks from several plots to guarantee just the proper levels of ripeness (which translates into a great mix of fruit and freshness in the wine).
Lanya winemaker, Rodrigo Rossle was born in 1980 to a traditional winemaking family; his grandpa, Rodolfo Rossle, was one of Chile's first winemakers.
Rodrigo, like his grandfather, studied oenology and winemaking at Universidad Catolica de Chile before joining the Chilean Grape Group in 2008. Since then, he has been well-known in Chile for obtaining fruit from new terroirs and producing high-quality wines.