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Cherry and cassis aromas are generic. This feels raw and choppy, with sharp tartartic acidity. Limited, herbal flavors of mint and red fruits end in abrasive style.
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Vineyards Colchaghua Valley, Chile. The soil is black clay to course yellow sand. The organically grown grapes are hand-picked in late April. After the crush, the must is transferred to temperature-controlled ...
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Introduced from France in the 1800’s, Carmenère has developed a unique personality in the “terroir” of Chile, which is today the only significant source of this uncommon varietal ...
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Carmenere is a dark-skinned grape variety originally from the vineyards of Bordeaux, and which has found a particularly suitable home in Chile. A late-ripening variety, Carmenere needs high levels of sunshine ...
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Santa Rita 120 Merlot is a fruity Chilean wine. Plummy fruits and spices surround the wine with a very nice soft finish. Food match: Medium flavoured red meats and pastas. Try with lightly spiced stir fries.
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Bright ruby red, with violet reflections.Fruity character with red plums and spices aromas.Soft and round with a good intensity and persistence.
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Molina Vineyard. VII Region, Chile (Central Valley)San Pedro and San Miguel Vineyard: Broad daytime-night time temperature differentials are perfect for good phenolic ripeness (tannins and anthocyanins).
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Molina Vineyard. VII Region, Chile (Central Valley)San Pedro and San Miguel Vineyard: Broad daytime-night time temperature differentials are perfect for good phenolic ripeness (tannins and anthocyanins)
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Frontera Merlot 1.50l
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This fruity Merlot is from the Rapel Valley, the warmth and freshness of the land helps the grapes to mature slowly. Frontera Merlot is late harvested in April and is followed by two months storage in steel ...
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The 2013 Santa Rita Secret Reserve Red Blend needs a little air when first opened, but quickly reveals very nice aromas of blackberry, plum, licorice, a bit of oaky spice and a touch of green. Tasting the ...
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This Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon is deep ruby-red in color, with an intense, expressive nose of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and cassis enhanced by barrel-ageing aromas of black pepper, caramel, ...
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Apaltagua’s Pinot Noir has a brilliant ruby color and emphasizes aromas of cherries, raspberries, and soft notes of oak. It boasts smooth and elegant tannins and a sophisticated finish.
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Ruby-like, bright in color. Fruit forward with red plum and varietal characteristics. Medium dry, medium body and harmonious with a good finish This wine marries two of the classic Bordeaux grape varieties: ...
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Color: Brilliant ruby red. Bouquet: Red fruit aromas with spicy black pepper notes. Taste: Well balanced on the palate with smooth tannins, soft texture and a pleasant finish. Aged in 100% stainless steel ...
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Intense carmine red in color with tremendous aromatic potency and a predominance of ripe red and black fruit, dairy notes, and a certain contribution of sweet spices, biscuits, and pastries. 18 months in ...
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Despite its differences, wine from Chile has similar origins to that of Argentina. Viticulture was likewise introduced by the Spanish conquistadors, and France later contributed to expanding the varieties. The growing regions, climate and conditions of Chile are a winemaker's dream. With Chilean wineries along the foothills of the Andes Mountains and along the coast, the vineyards are fairly isolated.

Chilean wine is highly ranked and acclaimed internationally as a result of the high quality of the wine produced in this country. Carmenère is their signature grape with a balance of both fruity and spicy. You will also find delicious Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Franc and others. Winemakers take on the aging process with stainless steel or oak barrels, but there is not much vintage variation.

Chile produces fairly consistent profiles that will make this wine an easy go-to no matter which vintage you choose. Browse Wine Chateau to explore different varieties and vintages from Chile.

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