Made of 90% Carmenère and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, Envero's dark, rich fruit is complemented by eight months in French oak. All the fruit comes from the Apalta region of Colchagua, from vines over 50 years old. A complex offering.
"For the second straight year, Envero is a more elevated wine than Apaltagua's basic Carmenere, and it shows all that's good in the variety. The bouquet blends ripe black fruit with pepper and spice, while the palate is full of plum, blackberry and molasses. It's big but lively, with ripe tannins and pure flavors." 90 Points,
medium body and finish, drinkable for an evening. Didn't tire of it easily. Preferred the Santa Rita however