I love wines from Chile because I never have a clue what to expect - oddball notes and new combinations of smells and tastes.
Molina del Ciego is Chilean Semillon and smells like soft Peachie O’s and sour tangerine Tang powder. Swerve to minty menthol and white pepper. Big orange tannins and celery bitters for a nice farewell. — a month ago
Delicious, focused but pronounced individual components like roses and menthol, dried cherries but all coming together with an overall bright appeal. — a month ago
Delicious, easy — 3 hours ago
Such good value for money! Really easy drinking and great flavour. Not heavy but succulent enough to be a dinner accompaniment. Just brilliant. — a month ago
Rich and full flavor - cherry, beet - but very smooth light and clean finish — a month ago
Extra buona! — 5 days ago
Surprising delicate on the nose with dusty cherries, tomato leaf, a touch of baldamico & tobacco leaf - fresh & juicy.
On the palate this is defined by bright cherry acidity, with fine, meaty & juicy tannins, a quite light (thin?) mid palate but a glorious finish. Very youthful and with fantastic drinkability.
From magnum. — a month ago
Total Wines. Quite tasty. — 2 months ago