A blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Syrah and 5% de Carménère from Chada, Paine, “Between the Ranges” (Entre Cordilleras) in Maipo. Grown at an altitude of 4,365 feet. Ruby in color, light, magenta at the rim, mostly clear and bright. The nose is nice with black cherries and some cranberries. Light to medium bodied. Medium tannins. On the palate, cherries and black cherries with some menthol notes on the finish. This is a different styles Cab than Napa or Bordeaux. More about red fruits is energy. It drinks well on its own and would work better with food. It would go well with Charquican, a Chilean Beef stew. Drink over the next five to seven years.
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