Expansive and expensive but well worth trying. Dense purple in colour with a cedary, spicy, blackcurrant nose lifted with vanilla oak. Medium- to full-bodied, dry, richly extracted blackcurrant flavour, firmly structured with a lovely mouth feel and a firm tannic finish.
Dense purple-black in colour, you experience an intense blackcurrant aroma on the nose with spicy, cedary notes of oak. Medium-bodied and dry with a concentrated flavour of blackcurrants carried on lively acidity and finishing firmly with ripe tannins.
A punchy Sauv Blanc that leans towards the grassy/jalapeno end of the spectrum. You will also find grapefruit, lime, passion fruit and fruit salad. Popping acidity and fine length round out the package.
Clear, pale yellow. Peach, pineapple and orange aromas, accented with a bit of oak, on a fairly robust nose. Medium-bodied and fruit-forward (peach and citrus flavours) but zesty acidity and a slight bitterness on the long finish keep it interesting. Great value for a house Chard. Drink up.
Potent and driving VA opens this dense Cabernet Sauvignon from Alto Maipo. Roasted onions, roasted meats, rubber, shellac, with soft tannins lined by grippy and gritty sides to a warming finish. There is a bright, welcome lift of acidity. Could I tell this was Cab Sauv right away? Not really. Could I tell it was old-school Chile? Si. Best with your grilled meats BBQ
80% Cab Sauv and 20% Syrah. Dark ruby. The spicy nose of red fruits remains fresh. Generous on the palate, full-bodied with grainy and slightly rough tannins. You’ll get your money’s worth with this sunny red.