Rogue Vine

Grand Itata Los Amigos Red Blend

8.881 ratings
8.816 pro ratings
Itata Valley, South Region, Chile
Red Blend
Game, Baking Spices, Duck, Goose, Potato, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Rice, Exotic Spices, Pasta, Herbs, Beans & Peas, Onion, Chicken, Pork, Venison, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Soft Cheese, Mushrooms, Tomato-Based, Turkey, Veal, Hard Cheese
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Charlie Evans

Good wine is alive and well in South America. Killer for the price

Good wine is alive and well in South America. Killer for the price

Apr 6th, 2020
Matt Sterr

Dry farmed bush vines. Cinsault w/Pais

Dry farmed bush vines. Cinsault w/Pais

Feb 20th, 2020
Justin Bothur

Bright, green but refreshing, underbites of blue fruits. Tasty

Bright, green but refreshing, underbites of blue fruits. Tasty

Oct 3rd, 2019
MaJ CappS

Damn you Brett!

Damn you Brett!

Apr 4th, 2019
Shengli Hu

Cinsault/Pais:95/5. Lychee, rose, cherry candy, decomposed granite soils like Fleurie. Medium+ acid, 12.5%.

Cinsault/Pais:95/5. Lychee, rose, cherry candy, decomposed granite soils like Fleurie. Medium+ acid, 12.5%.

1 person found it helpfulJan 16th, 2020
Rhonely Boy

Clear, medium ruby

Clean, med+ notes of black pepper. Might be fooled into thinking Northern Rhone (also triggering a Susumaniello response), unidentified red fruit ontop of deep dark gnarliness.

Dry, medium acid tannin . Body is in the acid driven lean category. Weight of a Beaujolais @ 13% ABV. Red fruit and pepper. Holds its own as the black pepper in the mix of celery root, parsnips, Dittmer’s smoked turkey (oh yeah) and even kale. Cote Rotie of Chile. Rockstar.

Kick ass organic old vine and natural Cinsault (90%) wine from Chile. Could lay down 1.5 years.

NOTES: ”Located in the Guarilihue district of Chile's Itata Valley, Rogue Vines is one of the relatively recent producers to make expressive, organically farmed, minimal intervention wine. Cinsualt is abundant around these parts, and oftentimes dates back to the 1940s so they are nicely mature. *Natural Wine*”

Clear, medium ruby

Clean, med+ notes of black pepper. Might be fooled into thinking Northern Rhone (also triggering a Susumaniello response), unidentified red fruit ontop of deep dark gnarliness.

Dry, medium acid tannin . Body is in the acid driven lean category. Weight of a Beaujolais @ 13% ABV. Red fruit and pepper. Holds its own as the black pepper in the mix of celery root, parsnips, Dittmer’s smoked turkey (oh yeah) and even kale. Cote Rotie of Chile. Rockstar.

Kick ass organic old vine and natural Cinsault (90%) wine from Chile. Could lay down 1.5 years.

NOTES: ”Located in the Guarilihue district of Chile's Itata Valley, Rogue Vines is one of the relatively recent producers to make expressive, organically farmed, minimal intervention wine. Cinsualt is abundant around these parts, and oftentimes dates back to the 1940s so they are nicely mature. *Natural Wine*”

1 person found it helpfulNov 23rd, 2018
Jonathan Gray

Carbo Cinsault and Pais chug juice

Carbo Cinsault and Pais chug juice

1 person found it helpfulAug 30th, 2015
Kaitlin Ohlinger

Cinsault/País: glug glug chug.

Cinsault/País: glug glug chug.

Apr 26th, 2017
Ben Walker / Caravin

Not sure what this was meant to taste like, it had been open a while- but tasted like dried shitake mushrooms. Super umami. Nothing else though. Would've made nice sauce. Not great as wine though...

Not sure what this was meant to taste like, it had been open a while- but tasted like dried shitake mushrooms. Super umami. Nothing else though. Would've made nice sauce. Not great as wine though...

Dec 6th, 2015
Seth Kallen

Very juicy, got some blueberry jam vibes.

Very juicy, got some blueberry jam vibes.

Aug 7th, 2020