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Cabernet Sauvignon is arguably Chile’s top grape, producing rich, ripe wines from world-class vineyards. Veramonte sources Cabernet from the Colchagua Valley, a warmer region more suited to produce ...
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This fine wine is a Chilean Still Wine 2015 vintage from Valle Central Rapel produced by Undurraga that is 750ml.
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With dark ruby color of remarkable depth, there is awonderful richness, complexity and concentration in thisCabernet Sauvignon. Red berries, smoke, chocolate andpure fruit dominate the aroma and flavors ...
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A rich red wine with black currant, mocha and chocolate notes. Located between the massive Andes Mountains and the low coastal mountains of the Pacific Ocean, the warm and dry vineyards of El Suspiro are ...
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It is a sophisticated elegant wine. Beautiful ruby red color, Intense cassis, strawberry flavors, with combined hints of black cherries and chocolate. Oak is not predominant but well combined and still ...
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Deep red in color with a bouquet brimming with intense aromas of plums, morello cherries, chocolate and cassis. Well-structured on the palate, with concentrated flavors of red fruit and sweet tannins.
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Enjoy this wine from Valle Central Rapel produced by Koyle Family Vineyards and is a Chilean Still Wine 2013 vintage that is 750ml.
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Cabernet Sauvignon is arguably Chile’s top grape, producing rich, ripe wines from world-class vineyards. Veramonte sources Cabernet from the Colchagua Valley, a warmer region more suited to produce ...
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Fiery, ruby red. Black currants, red cherries with touches of toasted French oak.On the palate, it is smooth, round and potent. Fine and well balanced, the Marques has a long finish.
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This fine wine is a Chilean Still Wine 2015 vintage from Valle Central Rapel produced by Carolina Wine Brands that is 750ml.
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This high end wine is a Chilean Still Wine 2012 vintage from Valle Central Rapel produced by Koyle Family Vineyards that is 750ml.
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Enjoy this wine from Valle Central Rapel produced by Casas del Bosque and is a Chilean Still Wine 2015 vintage that is 750ml.
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This high end wine is a Chilean Still Wine 2013 vintage from Valle Central Rapel produced by Los Vascos that is 750ml.
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Deep red. Complex, with cherry and currant aromas. Rich, silky, with black-cherry flavors and vanillanotes.
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Enjoy this wine from Valle Central Rapel produced by Marnier Lapostolle and is a Chilean Still Wine 2015 vintage that is 750ml.
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