A collaboration between Bruno Prats (former Cos d'Estournel director), Paul Pontallier, Ghislaine de Montgolfier and Felipe de Solminihac, a former winemaker at Cousiño Macul   It is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon from Peñalolén, a commune that borders Santiago de Chile at a height of 2,300 feet in the Maipo Andes.  Ruby in color, clear and bright.  The nose has cassis, hay, black cherries and char.  Medium tannins that are a bit drying.  On the palate, cassis, black cherries, menthol with lively acidity.  Nice finish.  This is drinking well now and should continue for the next five to seven years.  It drinks well on its own and the acidity will work with a wide variety of foods.  Great for a picnic or party, Churrasco (Chilean Steak Sandwich) would be perfect.  

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