This was $20 locally but can be found for less in other parts of the world. It took about 20 to 30 minutes to open up. Deep ruby in color, lighter at the rim. The nose has black cherries, bell pepper and very smoky. On the palate, this is medium bodied. Light tannins. Cherries turning slightly bitter on the finish. A slight streak of Rosemary. I don't drink a lot from Chile, but I am told that 2016 was a difficult vintage. After the initial 20 minutes, this didn't change much. It is a decent value for near term drinking. It probably won't go more than five years. A nice enough wine with burgers.
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