Suyai, which means "hope" in Chile's native Mapuche language, is a robust blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (40%), Cabernet Franc (40%), Carignan (13%) and Carmenère (7%). Extremely rich, with a stunning bouquet and delicious notes of raspberry, blueberry, blackberries and currant fruit enlivened by a strong mineral streak with a long, dark and juicy, yet vivid and racy finish.
"The winery's flagship is the 2007 Suyai, is a true beast of a wine. Saturated purple/black in color, it has a nose of brooding black fruits, tar, and licorice. Powerful, dense, and full-flavored, the wine is surprisingly well-balanced and very long in the finish. Delicate palates should avoid this wine but if you want to grow some hair on your chest, this might well be the wine for you.
The Wine Advocate