Consistent with previous note. Tasted alongside the Gran Tarapacá, there wasn't much to differentiate the wines apart from the acidity. This chap (from Maule) displayed a mineral, piercing acidity whereas the Tarapacá (from Maipo) had a tangy, citrus fruit acidity. The second showed slightly better although I put it down to the additional year in bottle.
Deep purple. Inviting bouquet, herby minty red fruits coupled with an earthy, irony tone, and some toasted oak. Full bodied, sweet fruit, some beef blood, integrated tannins. Finishes well, good balance, not overtly fruity nor inky. Very nice. True to type and excellent value.
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