This Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Syrah blend, made from organically grown grapes, bears the spirit of their estate workers, pedaling their way to the vineyards each day.
This blend goes wel... Read More
Fruit forward wine with intense Blackberry aromatics, and a refined oak profile. Full bodied wine with soft approachable tannins. Lingering berry fruit flavors round out the finish with good w... Read More
Bright, pale red. Nicely ripe aromas of red cherry, minerals and flowers. Then juicy, intense and sharply delineated, displaying lovely lift to the red cherry, mineral and saline flavors. This... Read More
Deep and lively ruby-red color. The wine shows elegant Carmenère character, with lovely black pepper aromas, and hints of red berry, chocolate, vanilla and plum. In the mouth it is distinctive... Read More
Deep, intense ruby red color. Expressive nose with red fruit such as ripe black cherries and blackberries, combined with hints of candied fruit, black pepper, ripe green pepper, artichoke hear... Read More
Deep and intense colour, with sweet aromas of candy and notes of cinnamon. In the mouth it s juicy and sweet, with a good balance and medium body.Aresti are a 3 generation, family run estate, ... Read More
Es ist ein runder und weicher Wein mit einer sehr ausgeglichenen Säure und einem langanhaltenden Abgang. Intensive Aromen nach Blaubeeren, Kirschen, Erdbeeren sowie nach schwarzem Pfeffer und ... Read More
Our Oveja Negra Reserva Sauvignon Blanc Carmenere comes from the Maule Valley, 260 km (162 mi) south of Santiago. The valley features tremendous geographic diversity and a Mediterranean climat... Read More
French winemaker Denis Duveau brings us this Carmenere from the Rapel Valley in Chile, about 70 miles south of Santiago. Denis previously owned a family estate in the Loire Valley in France. H... Read More
Fruity character, with aromas of cherries and a slight touch of cacao: elegant rounded and with a good body. It is the perfect match for pasta, cheese, red meat and grilled chicken.
Color: Bri... Read More