Tabalí Reserva Carmenère 2008, Limarí Valley
From the northern, Pacific cooled Limari Valley this sports a gentle but rich nose of well ripened cassis, plum,...
This carmenere from the Limarì valley shows an extra degree of class and complexity in the price category, with a...
Opaque purple-ruby in colour, the 2008 Reserva Carmenère is finely toasted, with appealing notes of mocha and...
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Deep ruby colour with plenty of extraction. Nose of black berry and cherry, the slightest hint of red bell pepper which hints that the grapes were well-ripened before harvest. Nice balance of velvety tannin, acidity, and body. Blackberry, spices and smoke. Great length. Classy, and very approachable Camenere. Mar 2011.
The 2008 Tabalí Reserva Carmenère is a medium bodied, fruity to integrated wine, with intense aromas of blackberry, green pepper, cut hay and vanilla/coconut. Tannins are refined (decant for 30 to 60 min) and the finish is medium to long. It could still be aged for another 2 years before it hits its peak and will last to 2018 and beyond. My impression: NICE, 89 pts - pleasant Carmenere for a good price and hence a recommended buy. Tasted March/12.
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