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Medium-high intensity aromas with very focused notions of blackcurrant, blackberries, vanillan oak and tilled earth. Savoury on the medium-to-full bodied palate with eucalypt, blackberry and black cherry flavours. Mouth-watering acids and long, focused finish. Big wine with firm tannins that will reward with a couple of years in the cellar. Tasted Oct/2014.
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A nice mineral note is present to bring you into this wine. The flavour profile shows some tobacco and plum and finishes really nicely. This is a great example of what Chilean wines can be - not just cheap, sulphate laden reds.
Tasted blind at a Beefsteak & Burgundy Club event, May 2015.
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