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Sawdust on the nose with a bit of dark berries; dark berries continue on the palate with a sour cherry finish. (Had just a taste at a tasting) Read more
God og fyldig. Til kød - ost. Read more
This wine tip toes in your mouth and goes great with almost every single meal. It's very approachable and elegant at the same time, which it's so h... Read more
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Sawdust on the nose with a bit of dark berries; dark berries continue on the palate with a sour cherry finish. (Had just a taste at a tasting)
God og fyldig. Til kød - ost.
This wine tip toes in your mouth and goes great with almost every single meal. It's very approachable and elegant at the same time, which it's so hard to find these days. Love it!
Drinkable but a bit disappointing. Perhaps it would benefit from some more bottle age. Lots going on, but sort of clumsy.
Nice plum nose with a moderate to light body upon entry; gritty tannin present and Malbec seems dominant in a slightly rustic style (although Malbec is but one of 4 varieties hence the name). A much more balanced and pleasant bit of juice than expected. But drink up.
Very short. Too short that I could not enjoy the taste at all.
Deep ruby shading to purple. Nice black currant, cherries, hint of "gaminess" on the nose. A medium bodied wine delivering good fruit and a hint of oak along with balanced acidity and tannins leading to a medium length enjoyable finish.
External Reviews for Montgras Quatro
Quatro 2011 is deep crimson red, shading to purple. Flavorful, firm and powerful with a good balance between sweetness and acidity. This full-bodied wine tastes of juicy black fruit, roasted coffee, vanilla; very complex with a long finish.
Deep ruby red with purple notes. Well focused aromas on a core of rich supple currant, black cherry fruit and nice floral notes framed by nicely combined vanilla and toast from the oak aging. Flavors are ripe and concentrated with layers of cherry, curran
The 2009 Quatro is composed of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Malbec, 15% Carmenere, and 15% Syrah aged for 11 months in 30% new French and American oak. Toasty oak, hints of chocolate and mocha, spice box, cherry cola, and assorted black and blue fruits are followed by a ripe, savory, nicely proportioned Blend that will benefit from another 1andndash;2 years of cellaring. It will provide optimum drinking from 2013 to 2021.
Sweet and smoky on the nose, with prune, hickory and spice aromas that come together well. The palate on this four-grape blend is saturated and meaty, while the flavors of blackberry, coffee and dark plum are lush and finish with light toast and spice. Always one of Chileandrsquo;s best values; an over-performer year after year.
Love, love, love this wine. This wine is andldquo;a hit your palate, donandrsquo;t put the glass downandrdquo; good. Chilean red blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (50%), Malbec (20%), Carmenere (15%), Syrah (15%). Fermented in stainless steel tanks and then in French oak barrels for 11 months. The nose reminds me of a fresh cup of French vanilla coffee, with leather and dark cherry notes. The palate is full bodied with a good balance of both fruit and oak. More of a sugar and spice and with this wine would make anything nice. I think I will buy a bottle tonight.
Montgras stands out as one of Chile’s most consistent producers, coming out with great value reds almost every vintage. This wine is their bordeaux-style blend and it shows true character and style. It’s a 90-point Best Buy in Wine Enthusiast Magazine where they said “One of the best values in Chilean wine is Quatro, a lusty blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Carmenere and Syrah. The nose is deep and roasted, with aromas of bacon, vanilla, pastry and black fruit. Lush and full in the mouth, with intense blackberry and cassis flavors. A titan at a great price, and ageable over the short term. Drink now through 2013.”
<p>This deep ruby wine offers a nose of cherries, black currant, capcisum peppers and leather, with vanilla and coffee notes. The full-bodied fruit and oak flavors of the palate lead to a long lasting finish. Recommended to pair with casseroles, red meats, or cheeses.</p>
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