with jon, 1/10/20, ct — 2 months ago
Bold, red fruit, thick, mild tannin, beautiful — 3 months ago
Very good cab sav! Easy to drink with hints of nutmeg and berries! 🍷👌 — 3 years ago
Such a smooth finish. A delightful discovery this week. — 3 years ago
Really enjoyed it. Nice flavor but not overwhelming — a month ago
Dry and Pinot noir-y with a slight peppery aftertaste — 3 years ago
Primus is the perfect complement to your steak dinner. A nice smooth Cab/Malbec blend. A real value buy! — 3 years ago
Smokey delicious Pinot noir, great for price. I drank the 2014 — a month ago
This is the 2011 Veramonte Neyen Espiritu de Apalta from Colchagua Valley. I’ve asked Delectable to add it.
This was my best wine and best red Chilean wine I had in 8 days of tasting 12 different producers.
On the nose; dark ruby, ripe, currants, blackberries, black raspberries, black plum, plum with strawberries on the edges, dark rich, semi-sweet soil, black licorice, very light herbal notes, light black pepper, leather, sweet tarry notes, vanilla, cinnamon, core of anise, sweet loamy top soil, dry stems with dark fresh, perfumed florals and violets.
On the palate, the body is round and full. The tannins are round and velvety. Dark ruby, ripe, currants, blackberries, black raspberries, black plum, plum with strawberries on the edges. Dark rich, semi-sweet soil, black licorice, very light herbal notes, light black pepper, leather, dry crushed rock powder, tobacco leaf, vanilla, sweet tarry notes, cinnamon, core of anise, sweet loamy top soil, dry stems and dark fresh, elegant, perfumed florals and violets. The acidy is fresh, round and excellent. The long, ripe, ruby, elegant, well balanced, sexy, finish is drop dead gorgeous and lasts minutes.
Photos of; a side view from their entrance that shows the Chilean flag, coastal mountain range, the start of fall colors and their Estate vines. Branded wood carved bench, foxtails in bloom and their beautiful pound on the front grounds.
— 2 years ago