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Miguel Torres Santa Digna Carmenere 2011

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"Savour is beautiful cherry colour and its fine aromas (blackberries, cassis), with balsamic notes (eucalyptus) that culminate in a delicious hint of mandarin. The palate is elegant, with sweet and fruity tannins that deliver nuances of leather and spices (liquorice, black pepper, clove). Its ageing in French oak has given it a pleasant toasty and vanilla backdrop." - Winery "Perfect with beef and veal, as well as with Chilean chicken stew. It rises well to every challenge, from fish (tasty conger chowder, the subject of an ode by Neruda!) to spicy sauces." - Winery

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Color: Red
Varietal: Carmenère
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Don Miguel Torres:
The Torres family surname has been linked with wine for more than three centuries, during which time our ancestors have worked vineyards in Penedès, a land with a millenarian tradition of wine. Our family has been dedicated to working the land, passing on their commitment from generation to generation.

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Source: The Wine Buyer
11/23/2012

Rich cherry color and fine aromas (blackberries, cassis), with balsamic notes that culminate in a delicious hint of mandarin and tangerine. The palate is elegant, with sweet and fruity tannins that deliver nuances of leather and spices (liquorice, black pepper, clove). It also presents a bit of meatiness that begs for some game meats!



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"Savour is beautiful cherry colour and its fine aromas (blackberries, cassis), with balsamic notes (eucalyptus) that culminate in a delicious hint of mandarin. The palate is elegant, with sweet and fruity tannins that deliver nuances of leather and spices (liquorice, black pepper, clove). Its ageing in French oak has given it a pleasant toasty and vanilla backdrop." - Winery "Perfect with beef and veal, as well as with Chilean chicken stew. It rises well to every challenge, from fish (tasty conger chowder, the subject of an ode by Neruda!) to spicy sauces." - Winery

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