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Tamaya Carmenere Reserva 2009

Carmenere from Chile
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Winemaker Notes

Ruby purple, deep and intense. Clear Carménère identity, with aromas of red peppers and spicy plums. Round and fleshy with smooth tannins but fresh and straight also, ends with charming and spicy black fruits notes.

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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Purple/black; brooding nose, dense, big mouthful of fruit, lacking complexity but satisfying.
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Tamaya, Chile
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"Tamaya" in the Diaguita dialect means high lookout, it is the name of the highest peak in the area and from there one can view the entire valley below. In the vineyards of Viña Tamaya we have found vestiges of the ancient Diaguita culture which reigned in this zone between the 8th and 15th Centuries. Inspired by its culture, we named our winery Tamaya.

Our highest objective is to produce wines of the finest quality that reflect the natural characteristics of the Limarí Valley. The constant search for quality is our number one guiding philosophy at Viña Tamaya. To achieve the absolute highest standards, we closely supervise each phase of production, from the growing of the grapes in our exceptional vineyards to the final bottling of our wines, working with only the finest ingredients to create and produce wines that make us proud. Every label and product express the philosophy of Viña Tamaya and the presence of de Diaguita culture in the Limari Valley.

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