Angiolino Maule


Dry Riesling 2018

This has always been a go to cheap Riesling, but for the 2018 vintage they made an even Riesling / Muscatel split. It’s so much better than I expected, and for under $15 worth stocking up on. — a day ago

Brian, Mike and 4 others liked this

Aves del Sur

Reserva Valle del Loncomilla Cabernet Sauvignon 2017


— 12 days ago

Angiolino Maule

Pico Faldeo Garganega

Great natural wine — a month ago


Cuvée Limitada Valle del Maule Cabernet Sauvignon Carménère 2019

2019 needs some cellar time. By drinkable and holds up well for the price point. — a month ago


Viña Roja Single Vineyard Carignan 2010

Very uncommon blend of Carignan with Syrah AND some Chardonnay.
It tastes still very young this purple red wine with lots of tannins and acidity still present. We noticed that newer vintages are 100 percent Carignan.....
— 13 days ago

Chris, Ronald and 5 others liked this

Louis-Antoine Luyt

Pipeño Carrìzal País

Citrus peels, dried apricots, and cumquats with a very soft funk that you associate with this kind of skin contact wine — 24 days ago


VIGNO Old Vines Carignane Blend 2010

Carignan, shiraz and CHARDONNAY — 12 days ago

Peter, Diederick and 2 others liked this

Viña González Bastias

País en Tinaja 2019

Light and interesting, a real summer afternoon mouth party! Paired perfectly with ribeye and a grilled veggie medley. — 12 days ago

Garage Wine Co.

The Ploughmen Sauzal Vineyard Carignan Field-blend 2016

Interesting wine that I obviously opened too soon
Parker 95
K&L notes

Derek Mossman began Garage Wine Company at a time when there were relatively few smaller, family owned wineries in Chile. He not only started his venture to produce hand made wines on a human scale, but also to buy fruit from and support farmers with great quality fruit throughout the country. Along the way, he also banded together a group of like minded wineries to create MOVI, a platform to promote smaller production wineries in Chile.

2016 The Ploughmen Carignan Field Blend of Carignan, Garnacha and Mataró (Monastrell, they seem to use French, Spanish or American grape names interchangeably!) bottled exclusively for UK importers Bibendum.
— a month ago

Rob, Shay and 23 others liked this
Paul T- Huntington Beach

Paul T- Huntington Beach

No that was the other one from Garge Co, this is a different bottle & blend
David T

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You can end the experimentation. They all need more cellaring, 7-10 years.
MaJ CappS

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Love it