Carmenere Family Selection Gran Reserva

$ 11.43 $ 9
750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with a creamy mousse and bright acidity. Yet it also boasts enough structure to stand up to simple red meat dishes. So drink it now with a nice steak, but give it a few hours in the bath to freshen up. So delicious now, so drink it now, with very good curries, with sweet toasted oak and a hint of pepper, and a final resting place of ripe black currant and dark chocolate. But it must be ageable, so don`t drink it before 2015, because it`s just fine to drink now. Otherwise it will quickly get old. Always one of the most approachable Pinotons from Australia, the 2005 Sagrantino is medium-bodied and weighty, with dusty tannins. The aromas of spice, strawberry and herb are bright, and the wine has a finish that seems mildly bitter. Yet it delivers pleasure, not pain, and is balanced by acidity.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised. It`s dry, brisk in acidity and has subtle fruit flavors, along with an overall clean-cut feel. The only complaint is that the acidity feels odd, and there`s a strange streak of green bitterness running through the finish. A blend of Arinto and Antão Vaz, this is an impressive wine. It is finely balanced, dark in color, has weight, spice and ripe red fruits. There is a juicy character that cuts through the firm tannins. Age this for a year for even better drinkability. A blend of all five Bordeaux varieties, this is an impressive wine. It has weight, richness and a smooth, velvety texture. It`s a dense wine, the blackberry juice flavors and rich tannins blending easily together. Age for another 1–2 years. E masculine, with a refined, E leche aromas of caramel and vanilla along with dried fruit and spice.

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