Pretty effervescent (like if you gave a Sprite a shake or two and it still had some bubbles). Musky, not too much acid, slightly grapefruity. Very solid skin contact. Feels well rounded and full bodied — 7 days ago
Great balanced wine — 2 days ago
Charlo Karina Cassia Fev20 — 14 days ago
Solid Bordeaux style with the addition of plenty of Chilean sun, you can’t go wrong. Flavours are more Christmas spice than I would have expected with a rich dry fruit finish. Not in the Alma viva leagues but a good drop. In fairness I started this too cold after a spell in the fridge but it really started to evolve as it warmed up and also on the second day. If there was a 9.05 score option that would be right. — 16 days ago
I last had this a few years ago and it’s much better now. Nose has green olive, cassis, cedar, crushed rock. Concentrated but with resolved tannins and long, savory flavors and really nice balance. Showing my age here, but this Chilean red reminds me of what Napa Cabs from cooler vintages in the old days used to taste like 1977 for example). Surprisingly good. — 22 days ago
I find it too sweet and the color is frankly unattractive. It smells like grapefruit and raspberry mixed together with a pinch of volatile acidity. It’s lacking tertiaries and just stays in the happy red fruit range. #pinotnoir #chileanwine #chile — 16 days ago
Color of egg white, quite pale. Nose is pretty good with ample amount of ripe fruits, like pineapple, tangerine, mixed with spice, mineral, and salty mineral. Sweet yet quite refined. Taste shows plenty of acidity, Sprite, spice, salty mineral, just a tiny bit watery. Aftertaste is a bit short with some more peppery flavor. Considering the price, totally a bargain. — 2 days ago
Smooth easy drinking soft and yummy, may be. Blackcurranty. — 9 hours ago
On Rhonda’s birthday, we just decided to do a little South American restaurant and bring along wines from the same region - the Don Melchor reserve cab has actually improved from a few years ago - opened and let catch it’s breath while we’re having a tasty chard and what do you know - first sip was Divine- truly an great example of why we on delectable take the time to post about our treats - finally I am lucky man -married 30 years and she is like wine I am mentioning - she gets better everyday - well played Mike - love you babe - happy birthday — 17 hours ago
Mezcla tina, or “Red Blend”
Syrah dominant, a helluva barnyard nose!
Heavier bodied, with bits of blueberry and apple skins, some sweet grass, tobacco, aged perfectly, (I got lucky), with the tannins complementing the star fruit acidity.
50% Syrah, 14% Petite Syrah, 26% Garnacha, 10% Petit Verdot.
This is the first red wine I have had from this area, usually known for Pisco production. — 21 days ago