Emiliana Coyam Proprietary Red Blend Chile 2006

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Wine Spectator Review Rated 91 Ripe and muscular, with freshly plowed dark earth, currant, fig, bittersweet cocoa and...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Wine Spectator Review Rated 91 Ripe and muscular, with freshly plowed dark earth, currant, fig, bittersweet cocoa and tobacco notes all wound up under a layer of dark, spicy toast. Flashes of graphite and minerality lurk on the finish. Needs time to come together. Syrah, Merlot, Carmenre, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. Best from 2010 through 2012. Wine Tasting Notes Intensely violet in color. A harmony of ripe black fruit such as berries, cassis, and forest fruits, delicately blended with oak and soft mineral notes. The palate offers well-balanced volume, soft, round tannins, and a long finish that shows both character and personality. Pairs well with hearty red meats with mild sauces. Ideally served with lightly seasoned red meats, fresh cheeses, pastas with spicy sauces, and dried fruit.

Wine Spectator Review Rated 91 Ripe and muscular, with freshly plowed dark earth, currant, fig, bittersweet cocoa and tobacco notes all wound up under a layer of dark, spicy toast. Flashes of graphite and minerality lurk on the finish. Needs time to come together. Syrah, Merlot, Carmenre, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. Best from 2010 through 2012. Wine Tasting Notes Intensely violet in color. A harmony of ripe black fruit such as berries, cassis, and forest fruits, delicately blended with oak and soft mineral notes. The palate offers well-balanced volume, soft, round tannins, and a long finish that shows both character and personality. Pairs well with hearty red meats with mild sauces. Ideally served with lightly seasoned red meats, fresh cheeses, pastas with spicy sauces, and dried fruit.

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