Hard to gauge at first; the aromas of wood grain, lemon juice and coffee change radically and frequently with airing. The palate offers cherry, raspberry and some wood-based coffee notes, while on the back end there’s a full spread of spice and mocha. Good tannins and structure help it along. Definitely not the best Seña of all time, but not bad.
At this urban winery located in the city of Santiago, Wine Enthusiast's Contrbuting Editor, Michael Schachner, sits down with the commercial director and chief winemaker to talk about post-earthquake renovations and two top bottlings.
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