A new season always ushers a new trend of cocktails, beer, and wine to delight in. As summer arrives, so does an extraordinary Chilean wine by Viña San Pedro, the 1865 Single Vineyard Cabarnet Sauvignon. Founded in 1865, San Pedro owns vineyards across eight of Chile’s most prosperous valleys from the Elqui to the Casablanca to the Curicò, making the company one of the oldest and largest exporter’s of wine in the country. Currently San Pedro is not only cornering the market in Chilean wine, but is making competitive strides in the viticultural industry worldwide.

Ready to be opened upon arrival, or within seven years, or even nine, San Pedro’s new release—the Sauvignon’s balanced finish and the smooth tannins to taste—only get better with time.  Emerging after an ideal harvest with ample volume and flavor, the 1865 screams quality in “red.” Deep cherry in color, the wine brings forth aromas of spice, ripe red fruit, and pairs well with red meat. With sales peaking in Asia, the portfolio of brands cultivated in unique vineyards across Chile—whether it be the 1865 Single Vineyard, the Cabo de Hornos, or the Castillo de Molina—San Pedro is sure to become a global trend.