This time around was a winner! Fruit and soft tannins. — 8 months ago
39% Carignan, 21% Petit Verdot, 15% Syrah, 13% Carmenère, 6% Grenache, 6% Mourvedre.
Bright juicy red fruit notes (red currant), contrasted by dark notes of Petit Verdot . Med+ acidity, fine tannin. 100 year old vines.
Paired with duck soup (homemade beef bone broth, caramelized onion, shiitake mushroom, duck breast, anise dumplings), really enjoyed the bright red fruit contrasting the savory, earthy and herbal flavors in the soup.
— 9 months ago
2014 vintage. Deep, dark, plush red blend. Mulberry, blackberry, fig, incense, dried tarragon, baked black cherry, dried purple flowers, black rocks, smoke, cedar. 39 Carignan 21 Petit Verdot 15 Syrah 13 Carmenere 6 Grenache 6 Mouvedre. Definitely lends itself to the darker sides of Syrah and Petit Verdot. Good structure, good complexity, long finish. — 3 years ago
Smooth. Tasty with cheese! — 8 months ago
A deep blueberry jam on the schnoz, with a smack of coal fires. Blackjacks on the pallet, finishing fresh and clean if a little violety. It might but sound like it, but I really like it. — 8 months ago
A juicy yet punchy Merlot. It benefits from a quick decant to open this wine up it’s fruity with a lingering finish — 2 years ago
Was hoping for more development after 10+ years, but this was good with steak and even better night 2. Tangy! — 8 months ago
I believe this was my first wine when I visited Santiago. It made me fall in love with Sauvignon Blanc. It’s all about the barrels. — a year ago
Favourite wine to date. Having with a Sunday roast dinner with the fam — 2 years ago
The ruby red wine manages to actually look juicy as it bursts from the bottle with a cherry bouquet. Flavorful taste like red grape juice with plums and blueberries. Mouthwatering and ever drinkable. Grab a glass and kickback with your favorite book. — 3 years ago