Aged in new American oak for 20 months, this wine has intense aromas of vanilla and toast, but that’s backed by ample blackberry, black cherry and raspberry scents. It’s a juicy, medium-weight wine, not overly rich, but packed with raspberries, dried herbs and brown sugar. Finishes long and toasty—and might be more reminiscent of some Riojas than most Chilean wines. A blend of Carignan, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Imported by Morandé USA.
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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