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When it comes to wine, Chile is sizzling.
With so many grape varieties and regions to choose from, this selection lets you discover them for yourself!.
-Graham Nash, wine buyer.
Mar del Sur Sauvignon Blanc 2012, Chile, 12.5%
With the awe-inspiring backdrop of the Andes Mountains, Chile’s Central Valley is stunning, as is this classic Sauvignon Blanc, crammed with citrus flavours and a hint of tropical fruit- Serve well chilled with fish or just on its own.
Casillero del Diablo Malbec Reserva 2011, Chile, 13.5%
Made by one of the most admired producers in Chile, this is their take on the Malbec grape- And quite brilliant it is too, with layers of delicious bright black fruits and spice- One to have on the table when you’re serving steak.
Cono Sur Pinot Noir 2011, Chile, 13.5%
Winemaker Adolfo Hurtado loves working with Pinot Noir and here he’s managed to get so much flavour in the glass! Plum, raspberries and black cherries all wrapped up in spice and subtle oak flavours – delicious – and fantastic with stews.
Primera Piedra Chardonnay 2012, Chile, 13.5%
Vines have been planted the Limari Valley for centuries but it’s a relative newcomer when it comes to modern grape varieties- Chardonnay thrives here – this one has ripe tropical-fruit flavours, showing just how good it can be.
Cambucha Carménère 2011, Chile, 12%
Carménère is known as the lost grape of Bordeaux- Luckily, while now rare in France, there’s lots in Chile! This one is typically soft and supple, with lovely black fruits and gentle vanilla and spice- Great with steaks or chops.
Casillero del Diablo Viognier Reserva 2011, Chile, 13.5%
Another one from the Casillero stable, this time showing what they can do with the Viognier grape- It’s fresh, full bodied and packed with ripe apricot and apple flavours- A great partner for roast chicken.