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Koyle Carmenere Reserva 2012 750ml

Rated 91 - Fresh red fruits, berries, dried chalk and meat. Well-balanced with gentle tannins and elegant complexity. Drink or hold. - James Suckling.
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Koyle Carmenere Royale 2012 750ml

Rated 91 - Beautiful aromas of flowers and dark berries plus dark chocolate. Full body, round and polished tannins and a savory, fruity finish. A...
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Los Vascos Carmenere Grande Reserve 2012 750ml

Rated 90 - I like the tangy fruit in this with blueberries, blackberry character and hints of shaved chocolate plus sage and paprika. Medium body,...
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Montes Carmenere Alpha 2012 750ml

Rated 92 - Aromas of spices, flower petal, mint and currants. Full body with round tannins and a pretty blackberry, walnut and sweet tobacco...
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Montes Carmenere Alpha 2013 750ml

Rated 90 - Rich and ripe, with notes of paprika and cardamom to the dark plum, dried berry and roasted cherry flavors. The peppery finish is...
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Montes Purple Angel 2013 750ml

Rated 97 - The transparency is incredible to this year of Purple Angel. Aromatic and bright with blueberry, fresh herbs and spice. Full body, silky...
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Veramonte Primus Carmenere 2012 750ml

Rated - A carmenere with pretty tension and freshness plus hints of herbs, dark fruits and minerals. Full body, fine tannins and a bright finish....

750ml Carmenere Colchagua

The deep blue colored grapes of the Carmenere varietal have their origins in France, where they are still listed as one of the elite grape varietals allowed by French law for the use in Bordeaux wines, generally regarded to be the finest in the world. However, the use of Carmenere grapes in France has been dwindling for many decades now, and it has been in several New World countries where they have seen their renaissance. Although still mostly used as a blending grape, single variety Carmenere wines are greatly sought after as a result of their deep, complex aromas, stunning blood red color and the fact that the grapes, when processed at optimum ripeness, carry some fascinating flavors, including chocolate, tobacco, and spicy cherry notes.