French Carignan was imported to Chile probably after the 1939 earthquake in Chillàn which saw terrible destruction to this Southernmost frontier of Chilean winemaking. Starting again from scratch, the Ministry of Agriculture imported the French grape to re-boot wine production and improve colour, body and overall freshness the red wines of the Maule Valley. In 2014, a group of Carignan producing wineries, including Undurraga, co-created a new D.O for Carignan, the first in Chile to be selected according to strictly technical data. The resulting wine is VIGNO. A wine produced from traditionally grown, dry-farmed old vines from the Maule. 93 points - Wine & Spirits Magazine, 92 points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 92 - James Suckling, 83 points - Imbibe Magazine, Maule Valley tasting.