This is an inexpensive Cabernet from Chile made by the same family who makes such great wines in Bordeaux, France. This is a wine that is meant for people who like wine and don't want to spend a ton of money with a goal of finding something drinkable. This meets that goal. Ruby/purple in color. The nose has some dusty black raspberries. On the palate, this has black raspberry fruit. It is a bit sweet. Clean, short finish. It presents a fine alternative on restaurant lists with high markups as well. It is not meant to age. It would be good with a burger or other grilled foods.
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