This is 85%Carménère, 10% Tempranillo, and 5% Petit Verdot. Purple in color, ruby at the rim, mostly opaque and bright. The nose has cherries raspberries, cranberries along side green peppers and a slight rosemary note. Also some spice. Medium tannins. Complex. Tight layers unwind in the glass. On the palate, cherries, cranberries intertwined with black raspberries and char. Long finish. Delicious. This should drink well for another eight to twelve years. This will work well with roasted fowl. The label says duck or also ratatouille, and that seems like a good suggestion.
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