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Antinori-Matte Albis 2003

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Wine Enthusiast Review One of Chile's longest-held superpremiums is Albis, a joint-venture wine of the Antinori family of Italy and the Matte family from Chile. With this vintage, early mossy and leathery aromas yield to cassis and cherry flavors. There's a leathery, cheese-like element to the finish, which is offset by sweeter coconut and chocolate flavors. At 73% Cabernet Sauvignon and 27% Carmenere, Albis comes on strong the longer it sees air. Wine Tasting Notes Deep red color. Layers of mint and chocolate, with a persistent hint of cherries. Very complex, ripe, deep and sweet tannins. Concentrated and velvety in mouth feel. Opulent fruit and spicy ending.

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Winery: Antinori-Matte
Color: Red
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External Reviews for Antinori-Matte Albis

External Review
Source: WineGlobe.com
03/28/2009

Haras de Pirque Albis 2003 Red Blend has deep red color. Layers of mint and chocolate, with a persistent hint of cherries. Very complex, ripe, deep and sweet tannins. Concentrated and velvety in mouth feel. Opulent fruit and spicy ending.Blend: 73%


External Review
Source: WineGlobe.com
03/13/2009

2003 Albis by Antinori-Matte Maipo Red Blend has deep red color. Layers of mint and chocolate, with a persistent hint of cherries. Very complex, ripe, deep and sweet tannins. Concentrated and velvety in mouth feel. Opulent fruit and spicy ending.


External Review
Source: WineGlobe.com
01/29/2009

Wine Enthusiast Review One of Chile's longest-held superpremiums is Albis, a joint-venture wine of the Antinori family of Italy and the Matte family from Chile. With this vintage, early mossy and leathery aromas yield to cassis and cherry


External Review
Source: Shop Wine Direct
01/17/2009

Wine Enthusiast ReviewOne of Chile's longest-held superpremiums is Albis, a joint-venture wine of the Antinori family of Italy and the Matte family from Chile. With this vintage, early mossy and leathery aromas yield to cassis and cherry flavors. There's a leathery, cheese-like element to the finish, which is offset by sweeter coconut and chocolate flavors. At 73% Cabernet Sauvignon and 27% Carmenere, Albis comes on strong the longer it sees air.Wine Tasting NotesDeep red color. Layers of mint and chocolate, with a persistent hint of cherries. Very complex, ripe, deep and sweet tannins. Concentrated and velvety in mouth feel. Opulent fruit and spicy ending.



Wine Enthusiast Review One of Chile's longest-held superpremiums is Albis, a joint-venture wine of the Antinori family of Italy and the Matte family from Chile. With this vintage, early mossy and leathery aromas yield to cassis and cherry flavors. There's a leathery, cheese-like element to the finish, which is offset by sweeter coconut and chocolate flavors. At 73% Cabernet Sauvignon and 27% Carmenere, Albis comes on strong the longer it sees air. Wine Tasting Notes Deep red color. Layers of mint and chocolate, with a persistent hint of cherries. Very complex, ripe, deep and sweet tannins. Concentrated and velvety in mouth feel. Opulent fruit and spicy ending.

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