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.
This is a blend of 42% Syrah, 39% Carmenere, 6% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Garnacha, 3% Malbec, 1% Tempranillo, and 1% Mourvedre. Purple in color, ruby at the rim, opaque and bright. The nose has boysenberries, black pepper, black cherries and spice. Very smooth yet varietally complex on the palate. Light tannins. Notes of boysenberries and black cherries with underlying char. Long finish. This is quite tasty. Drink over the next ten to twelve years. Nice on its own, this is even better with food. Steak, chops or ribs off the grill is a nice choice.
It is not clear if this is a vintage wine. The back label states "Assemblage 2018". It is a blend of 31% Cabernet Franc, 26% Syrah, 22% Carmenere, 11% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. Made from organic grapes. Garnet in color, clear and bright. The nose has black cherries with an interesting minty streak. Also some black pepper and a slight floral not with a bit of air. On the palate, medium tannins. Notes of black cherries and black raspberries. Some peppery notes. Nice finish. This improved with about an hour of air. Somewhat complex and very interesting. This should drink
This is a Bordeaux styled blend of 44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 39% Carmenere, 11% Syrah, 4% Petit Verdot, and 2% Cabernet Franc from Chile. It is also a very nice value for the quality. Purple at the core with a ruby rim, mostly opaque and bright. The nose is tight but opens up to cassis, coffee and spice. Nothing green on the nose. On the palate, black cherries, cassis, smoke and fresh tobacco. Medium tannins. Softer texture. This is surprisingly open right from the start. There is a nice complexity. It drinks easily now and should continue for the next ten to twelve years. A nice m
This is 92% Carmenère with 8% Petit Verdot from Chile. It is a very interesting blend. Purple in color, mostly opaque and bright. The nose has black cherries, coffee, slight dark chocolate. Full bodied. On the palate, this is big and on the wilder side. Flavors of black cherries with underlying gravel and also some chocolate. It is delicious but rough on the throat (not smooth). Long finish. It will interesting to watch this mature although for those who enjoy a bit of a wilder ride, it is probably best drunk over the next five to seven years. It will smooth out with proper cellar