Viña Santiago

Santiago Ruiz

O Rosal Rias Baixas Albariño 2018

Great showing! Pineapple, wet pavement after a sunny day, tomato leaf, spicy and salty. Good tension and length. Nice pairing with coquille/small sole fish/grapefruit/fennel/zucchini/carrot/croutons. — 13 days ago

Peter, Peter and 1 other liked this

Bodegas Rioja Santiago

Rioja Santiago Crianza Tempranillo Garnacha 2013

John Howard
9.0

Juicy and on the dryer side. Killer value. — 7 months ago

Martin, Ira and 8 others liked this

Quinta de Santiago

Monção e Melgaço Alvarinho

Fish tacos ❤️ could probably drink this wine by itself on the beach all day, not too sweet, very citrusy, very salty — a month ago

Santiago Station

Devil's Back Valle Central Sauvignon Blanc

Nice and bright, fruity but not too sweet. Great on a hot day. Bought at Total Wine. — 2 months ago

Santiago Vasquez

Malbec 2013

Decent Trader Joe Malbec. Good with cheeses and meats. — 6 months ago

Paul liked this

Viña Mar

Reserva Pinot Noir

Santiago Chile — 9 months ago

Santiago Ruiz

Rías Baixas Albariño Blend 2019

Too high in lemony citrus for my preference, but nice full acidity and minerality. The lemon dominated but makes for nice fish pairings. I enjoyed a glass with fresh limed guacamole and salty chips. — 2 months ago

Daniel P., Mike and 2 others liked this

Copper Valley

Central Valley Syrah 2019

The grapes of Copper Valley come from estate vineyards in Villa Alegre, 285 km south of Santiago in the Maule Valley of Chile. The soils are derived from volcanic ash and consist of sandy to sandy-loam earth. The temperate Mediterranean climate supplies plenty of sunshine and the vineyards are carefully managed to produce grapes that have amazingly concentrated flavor.

Copper Valley Syrah has an intense red-violet color with shades of blue. It has a prominent cherry liquor aroma with notes of strawberry jam and spices. Its tannins are ripe and soft and complemented by a rich and balanced acidity. It pairs well with pastas, herby dishes, ham and mature cheeses.
— 8 months ago

Peg Hanssen

Peg Hanssen

The grapes of Copper Valley come from estate vineyards in Villa Alegre, 285 km south of Santiago in the Maule Valley of Chile. The soils are derived from volcanic ash and consist of sandy to sandy-loam earth. The temperate Mediterranean climate supplies plenty of sunshine and the vineyards are carefully managed to produce grapes that have amazingly concentrated flavor.

Copper Valley Syrah has an intense red-violet color with shades of blue. It has a prominent cherry liquor aroma with notes of strawberry jam and spices. Its tannins are ripe and soft and complemented by a rich and balanced acidity. It pairs well with pastas, herby dishes, ham and mature cheeses.
Peg Hanssen

Peg Hanssen

Copper Valley Syrah has an intense red-violet color with shades of blue. It has a prominent cherry liquor aroma with notes of strawberry jam and spices. Its tannins are ripe and soft and complemented by a rich and balanced acidity. It pairs well with pastas, herby dishes, ham and mature cheeses. The grapes of Copper Valley come from estate vineyards in Villa Alegre, 285 km south of Santiago in the Maule Valley of Chile. The soils are derived from volcanic ash and consist of sandy to sandy-loam earth. The temperate Mediterranean climate supplies plenty of sunshine and the vineyards are carefully managed to produce grapes that have amazingly concentrated flavor.