Tasting Notes: Sourced from some of the highest elevations in Casablanca, this cool, austere pinot overdelivers. Much like a pommard, it is driven by minerals and dark fruit. Try it with grilled salmon.
Tasting Notes: Bright ruby, a touch on the lighter side, in the glass. The nose and palate share a common theme of bright red fruit, with floral hints. The finish is bright, and very well balanced. An excellent Chilean pinot noir.
Tasting Notes: Bright and clean. Ruby red in appearance, to the edge. Cherry, and other red fruits on the nose are echoed on the palate, with its good acidity and subtle textures. At this price, a real bargain.
Tasting Notes: After lengthy research, French winemaker Francois Lurton launched his reserve series of cabernet sauvignon from the best plots in Chile’s Lolol Valley. Using environmentally friendly (biodynamic) methods, he has created a full-bodied red loaded with aromas of black fruits, plums and spice. 2015 was a hot year in the valley, contributing a ripe palate, full tannins and a touch of sweet grilled peppers on the finish.
Tasting Notes: Sourced from high elevation vineyards in Santa Amalia, the Sanama Reserva is a straight forward sauvignon blanc from Vina los Boldos. Aromas of peach, lemon and fresh-cut limes with crisp flavors and refreshing acidity. A lot to like here for the price!
Tasting Notes: Crisp and delicious, the 1850 Sauvignon Blanc is vibrant and fresh with aromas of lime and grapefruit. This light-bodied white has lively acidity that pairs perfectly with a variety of seafood dishes, salads or creamy cheeses.