Apaltagua produces this 2013 Apaltagua Gran Verano Carmenere Rosado , a rosé wine from Central Valley based on carmenere of 2013 and has an alcoholic strength of 13.5%.

The grapes are harvested by hand early in the mornings in April when they have reached optimal maturity. The grapes are macerated at low temperatures during a 12 hour period, and then the must is separated from the skins to start a clean fermentation in stainless steel tanks with selected yeasts at temperatures ranging from 14° to 16° C (57° to 61°F) during a twenty-day period. The wine is then placed in stainless steel tanks for 3 months before being bottled and launched on the market.