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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)La Huerta Vineyard. Cool climate area with Andean influence. Good for developing tropical aromas.
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This is a fruity white with an intense and lingering bouquet, with a good structure in the mouth, featuring balanced natural acidity; refreshing on the palate, and a fresh and elegant aroma. Carmen Gran ...
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Grapes are harvested and full clusters are directly de-stemmed and crushed or pressed, both techniques are used in different proportions, both are exposed to cold to reduce temperatures to 10°C, under ...
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A generous nose highlights apple and hazelnut fruit aromas, typical of the specially selected Chardonnay clones, complemented by fine nuances of toasted bread and vanilla. The palate is meaty and dense, ...
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Founded in 1825, Carta Vieja is the most emblematic andwidespread brand of the Del Pedregal family. It is available in several formats, orientated to satisfy current consumption trends around the world. ...
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#32 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2015 - 91 Point Wine Spectator - A rich, well-spiced red, with luscious flavors of tar, licorice and dark plum, supported by ample acidity and firm tannins. Offers a lip-smacking ...
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Nose with notes of fresh green pepper and notorious wood. Boca High medium acidity, prunes, hard tannin bothers to finish. Note acetic aftertaste.
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Alfasi Special Reserve Malbec/Syrah carries refreshing notes of rich plum and raisin. Marked notably with hints of vanilla and coffee.
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The color is deep red. The bouquet is complex, with cherry and currant aromas. The taste is rich, silky, with black-cherry flavors and vanilla notes.
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A pleasant garnet color. On the nose, plums, almonds with hints of ginger. The palate has pronounced cherry with good acidity and soft 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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Very pale yellow. Fragrant, with citrus and herbaceous aromas. Crisp, fresh, with pear and lemonflavors.
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Casillero del Diablo Sauvignon Blanc is the color of straw with green hues. The aromas are fresh and attractive with hints of citrus, peaches and gooseberry. On the palate, the wine is elegant, round, and ...
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San Carlos, Uco Valley, Mendoza, ArgentinaStandard yield: 18.000 Kg./Ha. 3,5 Kg./PlantDensity of plantation: 5.000 Plants/Ha
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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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