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. — 7 days ago
The nose is a bit of a tease, with hints of herbs and ginger eclipsing subtle wafts of orchard fruit and riverbed minerality. The autumn gold hue is a bit misleading (but remember, these wines spend considerable time on their skins); rather than rich viscosity, the palate is impressively fresh and citrusy, while still maintaining a level of grippiness and structure. Believe it or not, I had this with sushi and it did not disappoint!
— 4 months ago
Amazing Berbera! Loved it. — 2 days ago
Super Barbaresco. — a month ago
Z4 — a month ago
Drinking like an absolute champ — 12 days ago