A large number of French immigrants migrating during the late 20th century brought, and enhanced, vinicultural knowledge in Chile. Today, Chile is recognised as a country capable of producing incredible wines, and in recent years many of their wines have ranked very highly in international competitions where they have trumped some of the best wines that France and Italy have to offer. So now lose yourself in this wonderful wine where the reigning king of Chilean grape varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon, blends beautifully with Malbec and Carmenere to give us a gem of a wine that displays aromas of red fruits, tobacco and cassis and opens up on the palate with all that fruit, a hint of oak, vanilla, coffee and chocolate notes.
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