Deep red/purple, bright colour, with a walnut, dry spice, dusty aroma....
A layered and thought provoking blend inspired by the whites of the...
Receiving lots of sunshine down in the south east of Spain near...
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2x Mountain Range Chardonnay,
2x Los Gansos Gewurztraminer,
2x Cono Sur Bicicletta Viognier
2x Cono Sure Organic Sauvignon Blanc
2x Mountain Range Cabernet Sauvignon,
2x Cono Sur Organic Pinot Noir.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Producer||Concha Y Toro|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
Chilean winemakers have been developing a distinct style for their Cabernet Sauvignon, producing an easy drinking wine with soft tannins and flavors of mint, black currant, olives and smoke. The country's Chardonnays are less distinctive, following more the stereotypical New World style. While sparkling wines have been made since 1879, they have not yet established a significant place in Chile's wine portfolio. In the late 20th century as Chilean wines became more popular, wine tasters around the world began to doubt the authenticity of wines labeled Merlot and Sauvignon blanc. The wines lack many of the characteristics and typicity of those grapes. Ampelographers began to study the vines and found that what was considered Merlot was actually the ancient Bordeaux wine grape Carménère that was thought to be extinct. The Sauvignon blanc vines were found to actually be Sauvignonasse, also known as Sauvignon vert, or a mutated Sauvignon blanc/Sémillon cross. In response to these discoveries several Chilean wineries began to import true Merlot and Sauvignon blanc cuttings to where most bottle of wines labeled Merlot and Sauvignon blanc from vintages in the 21st century are very likely to truly be those varieties.
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Bright yellow in colour. Rich banana, papaya and tropical fruit aromas. Fresh, well-bodied and balanced. There is a mouth-watering combination of Green apples, ripe lemony citrus fruit and balancing acidity in this typically well made chardonnay.
Quite appealing with its rich, deep red color, this wine has a complex and developed nose that is governed by sweet wild fruit aromas, where notes of cherries and berries are enhanced by slight toasty hints. This Pinot definitely has a personality of its own; it’s tasteful, with soft tannins and an excellent structure.
Young and fresh, this wine has a nice a bright yellow color with green hues. Its nose is mineral and citric, with herbal hints and notes of white flowers and melon, which anticipate a balanced and refreshing mouth that culminates in a long, mineral finish. Overall, this is an expressive, delicate, juicy and balanced Sauvignon Blanc.
Green-yellow in colour, displays a complex and expressive nose filled with the aromatic presence of fresh fruits, rose petals and hints of spices and litchi fruit. In mouth, it s an expressive, fresh and savoury wine, with stone fruit notes. Rich, opulent, young, very balanced and persistent.