With each passing year this Syrah rosé gets better and better. Yet some things remain the same, like the color, which is almost red, and the clarity, which is nearly perfect. Put this in your mouth and we’ll bet you get no indication that it’s Chilean. It’s a ripe but balanced example of long and lasting rosé; and it will go with almost anything on your plate. A…
Smooth, clean and succulent, with a pretty, rich color. The base grape is all Syrah, and the result is zesty and flavor-packed. It’s a punchy wine with deep raspberry and nectarine flavors, and among Chilean rosé wines it is in a class by itself.
Ruby-pink in color, with sweet aromas of cotton candy but also cherry, raspberry and strawberry. This is a departure from previous vintages of Cherub, which were drier and paler in color. This is more wild and ripe, but it’s nicely textured and full-bodied as rosés go. Very good for Chile, but we like our rosés a little more subtle and less sweet.