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For a box wine, it's a great value for the supper table. Some fruit, some tannins, very basic and pairs well with grilled meats, pizza and tomato b... Read more
It is very smooth and fruity, an excellent price for such a good body wine. I and my wife like it. Read more
It's my favorite so far Read more
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For a box wine, it's a great value for the supper table. Some fruit, some tannins, very basic and pairs well with grilled meats, pizza and tomato based dishes.
It is very smooth and fruity, an excellent price for such a good body wine. I and my wife like it.
It's my favorite so far
My first wine from Chile. Due to its imported nature does not compete with South African wines of the same price range. Disappearing act, with a very juice like experience. Therefore easy to drink Cabernet, with no surprises.
Such a great find!! Light, food not required, always a crowd pleaser, fantastic price!
GOOD AS IT IS
A little bit musty on the palate, with plenty of deep blackberry fruit and a bit of heat. I'm even getting some grape bubble gum on the aromas. Palate is full of acidity, full of fruit and big. Great value wine.
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