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Chile produces great Cabernet Sauvignon with apparent ease, being the natural fruitbowl that it is.
And this one is simply brilliant, full of smooth black fruits and a hint of spice.
Easy-going enough to sip on its own or team with a bowl of tomato-sauce covered pasta.
To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.
Chile has a long viticultural history for the New World, with winemaking dating back to the 16th century. French varietals were introduced in the mid-19th century and in the early 1980s, stainless steel vats became popular to preserve the freshness of the wines. Exports grew very quickly as quality wine production increased, Chile becoming the fifth largest exporter of wines in the world.
The winery is located directly across the Andes from Argentina and contains four wine growing sub-regions: the Maipo Valley, the Rapel Valley, the Curicó Valley and the Maule Valley. The region is large and diverse in terms of climate, and as such produces various styles of wine. No need for new image.