The Colchagua Valley experienced an optimum growing season with excellent ripening. Extended hang time resulted in deep concentration of flavors framed by structured yet elegant tannins. On the nose you'll find concentrated blackberry and black cherry aromas with well integrated
oak. The taste is dense, red and black fruit highlighted with earthy notes and a touch of oak. Plush with soft, elegant tannins leading to a long finish.
"Bright ruby. Spicy cherry, licorice, woodsmoke and rose on the nose, along with black pepper and herbal nuances. Lively and sharply focused cabernet with a restrained sweetness and well-judged acidity. The zesty red fruits are complicated by a peppery note, which adds back-end cut. Firm, suave, well-balanced wine with good spicy persistence. "
International Wine Cellar
I've enjoyed this before. Perhaps not such a good year. 3.0 on my palate. Just ok.
Bottle was completely ruined. Strong acetic notes, syrupy residue on the inside of the bottle. I do NOT recommend this winery.