some fruit in the nose, faintly inviting; taste is earthy, smooth, some minerality; traces of plumz, red cherries, lemons, pears; faintly Old World, rather than the New; the label talks about 'mid-term' cellaring (they did 6 months in French oak), longer term might be called for; right on, Colchagua wines like this show (lots of) potential
Dark ruby color. The nose is muted showing black currant, soil, and leather. The palate is more expressive with cherry, blackberry, licorice, plum, red raspberry, damp soil, graphite, and ink. It is somewhat oaky but with enough structure to hold together reasonably well. An enjoyable wine with an excellent QPR.
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