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Deep ruby, shading to purple color. Black currant, cherries, leather and capsicum; hints of vanilla and fresh-roasted...Read more...
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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 mea... Read more
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 ... Read more
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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.
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.
Deep ruby, shading to purple color. Black currant, cherries, leather and capsicum; hints of vanilla and fresh-roasted coffee aromas. Taste is flavorful, full bodied, food-friendly with a good balance between acidity and sweetness of alcohol, as well as fruit and oak; well-structured and complex, concluding in a long finish. Well-matched with red meats, hearty casseroles and flavorful cheeses.
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