Having a conviction requires much more than just believing.
It is the certainty of doing something with greatness. That vision gives us the satisfaction of bringing not only our wines, but also our terroir, the Aconcagua Valley, to the world stage.
With a medium structure, this Cabernet Sauvignon has finely-grained tannins that give it good support and a long finish.
Aged for 12 months in French oak barrels.
Bachelor of Art with distinction in Sculpture from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 1988-1993.
Marcela has participated in more than 20 wood, marble and granite sculpture symposia, in Chile and abroad, from 1998 to 2019.
Marcela has a degree in Art with a distinction in Sculpture from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Since 1998 she has participated in more than 20 wood, marble and granite sculpture symposiums.
Her exhibitions stand out for their level of detail and sensitivity, attracting the attention of attendees, both in Chile and abroad.
Her 7 monumental works in the Mall Plaza de Concepción and Santiago are emblematic, in bronze, steel and fibre resin between 2006 and 2011, "United" in Carrara marble and lacquered cast iron, in the hard square of the CCU Building in the commune de Vitacura, Santiago in 2007, or "Tree of Life" in Clínica Alemana de Santiago, in 2002.
Marcela describes her work as "abstract figurative sculpture", where men and women are the protagonists and act as immediate references for the public.
The artist pays special attention to sculptural work processes, since she considers them as important as the works themselves.
“I love materials and their versatility, I love marble for its divine character, granite for its strength and gravity, native, organic and deep wood, magical and intriguing salt, cold and noble metals and finally ice as a material more to begin to discover in its icy and ephemeral transparency”, admits Marcela.
A declaration of love for creation, TO THE MAX.
An exciting story that maintains the explorer spirit of the founder of Viña Errázuriz, more than 150 years ago. All MAX wines are made from grapes from vineyards located in the Aconcagua Valley that stretches from the Andes to the Pacific Ocean.