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Sepia Reserva Casablanca Valley Pinot Noir

8.544 ratings
8.71 pro ratings
Casablanca Valley, Aconcagua, Chile
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
Top Notes For
Wine101Hamden

Light ruby red, bricky earth nose with a slight sulfur component that leans more towards a bag of dried apricots. Medium light bodied with smoky notes and smooth velvety finish. Very good entry for under $10

Light ruby red, bricky earth nose with a slight sulfur component that leans more towards a bag of dried apricots. Medium light bodied with smoky notes and smooth velvety finish. Very good entry for under $10

Feb 19th, 2015
Joe
6.1

Rancid. Smells like day old vomit in a used sweat sock. Tastes like it smells. Maybe a bad bottle?

Rancid. Smells like day old vomit in a used sweat sock. Tastes like it smells. Maybe a bad bottle?

May 1st, 2020
Charlotte

Not a bad wine. Just didn’t leave me with any ‘wow’

Not a bad wine. Just didn’t leave me with any ‘wow’

Feb 16th, 2020
Ryan Parker

Light but good especially for the price

Light but good especially for the price

Apr 15th, 2019
MaJ CappS

A thick nose of barnyard and marrow, tart raspberry, cranberry, cherry. Focused acids blend into a net of tannins, to keep the acids in check. For the price? Totally worth it.

A thick nose of barnyard and marrow, tart raspberry, cranberry, cherry. Focused acids blend into a net of tannins, to keep the acids in check. For the price? Totally worth it.

Mar 8th, 2017
Katrine Long

Light in color and taste, acidic.

Light in color and taste, acidic.

Nov 9th, 2016
Livio Pastorino

Como siempre sorprendiéndome, una de mis cepas preferidas, como escuche a un enólogo decir: no comparemos cada vino tiene su propia expresión de acuerdo al terruño de dónde proviene. Lo acompañamos con un lomo saltado, tamales de pollo, queso gouda, pan negro, excelente!

Como siempre sorprendiéndome, una de mis cepas preferidas, como escuche a un enólogo decir: no comparemos cada vino tiene su propia expresión de acuerdo al terruño de dónde proviene. Lo acompañamos con un lomo saltado, tamales de pollo, queso gouda, pan negro, excelente!

Jun 26th, 2016
Kristen Lew

A bit sweet, but pleasant.

A bit sweet, but pleasant.

Apr 29th, 2016
S. D. Long

Not too shabby for the price. Fairly light

Not too shabby for the price. Fairly light

Dec 4th, 2015
Steve Oneal

Pinot noir a very good value. Smooth taste

Pinot noir a very good value. Smooth taste

Feb 28th, 2015