This wine is made with grapes grown in one particular block of the coastal vineyards of Chile’s Maipo Valley, and this winery tells us this vineyard is drip-irrigated from its own deep wells. The wine has fairly intense aromas which emphasize nice dark-red, even purple fruit. There are earthy, leather
Blackberry, plum, and green pepper show on the nose. Blackberry shows on the palate as well, with some cassis and green pepper. Red fruit joins on the mid-palate, adding a raspberry zing. It is firm, and slightly angular. The touch of green is very typical for a Maipo Valley Cabernet.
Hugely dark, no light can penetrate the wine's depths. Blackcurrants, vanilla, and black pepper show on the nose. A hint of green pepper shows for the briefest moment on the attack, giving hints of the South American origins, but disappears immediately. Blackcurrant and black pepper are joined on the mid-palate
This Chilean packs punch and finesse into the same glass in this nice blend of cabernet and malbec in equal parts. Touted as being made from organically grown grapes, the nose is enticing with aromas of pine nuts and boysenberries.-read more-
Slightly vegetal green hints are clear tell-tales of wine from Chile, but they do not overwhelm the nose. It also has loads of menthol, black fruit, and a touch of coconut. Blackberries, menthol, tobacco and green pepper are bound by-read more-
A bright ruby in my glass, this wine has typical varietal aromas on the nose, including raspberries, violets, forest floor and some spice. On the palate, there are more red berries, red fruit and a little bit of mint and-read more-