It’s a good choice for almost any type of meat. Also, different kinds of pate and cold cuts are a good option to begin with. A few dishes that go great with this wine are meat stews, sauteed lamb chops, lentils or beans soups, and stuffed tacos or burritos. As far as cheeses are concerned, it pairs well with blue cheeses, and hard ones like Asiago.
Strawberries, raspberries and spices. Velvety and structured, juicy with fruity notes and a well balanced acidity.
This bright, clean, intense Carmenere with a deep red violet color expresses fruit aromas such as blackberries, black cherries and currants with hints of black pepper, cacao, chocolate and mocha. It has a full, smooth mouth with round mature tannins and a long and delicate finish. Pair this Chilean variety with red and white meats, cheese and heavily seasoned sauces.