External Reviews for Emiliana Coyam Proprietary Blend Wine
Coyam is the word for Oak Forrest used by the original inhabitants of Chile: The Mapuches. Ancient oaks surround the vineyard where Coyam is born.
41% syrah 29% carmenere 20% merlot 7% cabernet sauvignon 2% mourvedre 1% petit verdot. Opaque and purple black to the rim. Concentrated and powerful aromas of blackberry and currant lie underneath pleasant herbal notes indicative of carmenere in the blend. The palate is full flavored with medium-weighted fruit offering straightforward black cherry and blackberry with rich textures and just enough acidity to keep the finish fresh and lively. A bit of concentration on the backpalate suggests that some short term cellaring will allow the palate to open up. Round and uncomplicated this juicy wine with very subtle tannins is a perfect quaffer. Chuck Hayward.
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