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2 Great Chilean Wines

Posted by Paul Sass, February 5th, 2010 | 0 Comments

This week our staff enjoyed a tasting of 2 of our Chilean wines, the Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenere.  For a quest of more knowledge of Chilean wines I recently went to Chile with my 2 daughters.  The wine regions in the foothills of the Andes produces a fruit forward softer tannin style of wine. 

The Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon - red and black berries accented with black pepper carries through from start to finish, a very good wine with pepper steaks and spicy pasta.

The Chilean Carmenere – deep crimson with dark cherry aroma, red fruits and berry notes running to a smoky, spicy finish with notes of cark chocolate and tobacco.

With softer tannins both of these Selection wines are good on the younger side, so a great choice for those who are starting to grow a wine collection.

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