Tasted this about a year ago so I think it’s time to check in to see how it develops after a year.
Stay pretty much the same. Cassis, raspberry, black cherry, steeped black tea, light peppery spices. Vanilla has faded further. Medium body. Lively palate with cool acidity.
Remarkable freshness at this age for a cab that cost around $15. — 5 days ago
Incredible wine! Showing age with a thin edge but that only visuals.
Nose full of black berries, almondpaste, chocolate and even aceto balsamico (xxx old). In the mouth very well balanced in all aspects. Tastes and power vs finesse balance. Finishes over a minute. Blockbuster wine! — 18 days ago
The wine was wonderful, but it can be improved with more few years of bottle ageing.
Grapes: Cabern et Sauvignon 62%, Cabernet Franc 16%, Syrah 13%, Merlot 7% e Petit Verdo 2%
Oak: 12 months — 14 days ago
First wine grape planted in North America? You have my attention. Fascinating history of this varietal that I highly recommend reading up on if you’re lucky to have a friend like @Brendan Devine buy you the Wine Grapes tome. The wine itself is really tasty, desert-like in your mouth and has that full almost raisiny note that a lot of natural wines have. Give it a shot. — 8 days ago
May, 7, 2021. 50% Cabernet, 20% Carmenere,20% Malbec, 10% Cabernet Franc. Full bodied, yummy. BlackBerry, black cherry, with a little chocolate, spice and smoke. LB Aug 2020 marathon would definitely get again — 13 hours ago
Really nice Merlot that improves the longer it’s open - if it gets a chance! Fruity with a dry finish. Purchased from York Wines. — 6 days ago
Medium ruby; medium intensity aromas of blackberry, black plum, black cherry, baking spices, leather, earth; dry, medium acid, medium plus tannins, high alcohol, medium plus body, medium plus intensity flavors consistent with aromas; medium plus finish, no “natural funk”, well balanced, concentrated and complex — 7 days ago
I haven’t had a Chilean white in some time. I want to like it more than I did-it’s well made, offering mid palate richness & some complexity, with a lively green, unripe fruited palate. It’s that fruit, though, that doesn’t agree with my palate- it’s so.... green, & it really stands out. This would make a really interesting pairing with veal pacata, or an asparagus dish. Still, over delivers & a serious QPR. I could imagine someone who likes this kind of fruit rating it higher — 23 days ago
Natural, dry-farmed, chillable, juicy, fresh, dark blue fruit. Aerate it - it drank better around 2nd hr. — 7 days ago