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(Viņedos Organicos Emiliana 'Coyam' (Central Valley)) An unholy blend of almost organic Carmenere, Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Mourvèdre grapes, the result being a dense, concentrated wine which evolves in the glass and would surely benefit from cellar time. It has a dark, purple-black hue, and a powerful macerated-berry nose, overlaid with sweet chocolate and toffee character, no doubt oak-derived. There are no surprises on the palate, which offers dense, creamy, sweet fruit backed up by a fistful of tannins. The structure and oak are a little overpowering at present, but with time yield to the black fruit somewhat. Doubtless would benefit from three to four years in the cellar.