She is also a senior wine lover, she is convinced that every bottle of wine is telling a story
As the chief winemaker of Manda Winery, she is responsible for the quality of every bottle of Manda wine produced by our winery. He is an outstanding and extremely talented young winemaker. He has worked in major Chilean wineries for more than ten years. She graduated from Chile's very famous winemaker school and worked as an assistant winemaker following Chile's most famous winemaker in Chile and the United States. Today, she has extensive experience and profound knowledge in the management and planting of vineyards. She knows how to show the characteristics and advantages of each product.
"I inherited a world-class team of passionate winemakers. From the selection of grapes to the brewing, we went all out and worked hard for the same goal; brewing quality wines that people love."
The viticulture team takes this work very carefully. They should also be like this. This is the beginning of the whole process, and their decision will not only affect the quality of the next batch of harvest, but will also affect more later harvests.
We have always thought that Manda is especially suitable for enjoying with family and friends. And our grapes come from the Maria family's way of operating vineyards, we are proud of it. These grape growers walk hand in hand with us for generations. Because they know the significance of high-quality grapes for wine, we prefer to call our growers "wine growers" rather than "grape growers". In all key aspects, they work closely with our growers and winemakers. I believe you can taste the tireless efforts of these growers in the management of the vines from day to day in every bottle of fine wine.
They work hand-in-hand with our planting team to manage all aspects of grape plant resistance and grape quality during the production season, including irrigation (ensure that the vines get enough moisture, but not too much); canopy management (ensure that the vines are adequate The leaves are shaded by the vines, but at the same time allow the grapes to fully mature) and the weight of the ears (make sure there are enough grapes on the vine, but not too much).
After the harvest, they were able to rest briefly, and then they were put into the management of the vine pruning in winter.
Our viticulture team fights against the various weather conditions and abnormal climate of nature to ensure that the grapes entering each bottle of Mandamei are in the best condition.