Hardly in the same class as the more elevated Pargua, this second wine is roasted and murky, and frankly a little dirty. It’s as if the ripe, healthy fruit went to the $40 Pargua I and the raisiny, heavy stuff to this. Hence, it’s candied, baked, syrupy and hot.
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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