The 2016 Dulcinea was produced from a dry-farmed vineyard planted in 2010 in Traiguén in the south of Chile. It's a fresh vintage with good weight, combining elegance and ripeness, always super tasty, elegant and long on the palate, in a subtle way. There is less oak than previous vintages, because in the beginning they had to use new barrels. It opens up in the glass, showing some reductive minerality not unlike some of my favorite whites from Burgundy. They have increased volumes here to 1,500 bottles. It should develop nicely in bottle.