Carmenere

Chile’s Carmenere vines came from their native Bordeaux. Chilean winemakers originally assumed the vines were Merlot; it was not until 1994 that scientists proved many of them were in fact Carmenère. Chilean winemakers produce Carmenere wines that are fruity, spicy and low in tannins. When aged in oak, Carmenere adopts some earthy, smoky qualities.

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Paso Grande, Carmenere

A unique Chilean Red Wine that is almost black in colour, with hints of exotic spices and long velvety finish. Although soft enough to enjoyed on its own the wine goes superbly with Vietnamese spicy dishes.
360,000

Alto Vuelo Estate, Carmenere

This wine is nicely balanced Chile Red Wine made with Carmenere grapes. It has an intense Ruby Red colour with Violet tints. On the nose there are aromas of black fruits in perfect harmony with black pepper spice. the palate is silky and easy to drink, the wines acidity contrasts nicely with the sensation of sweetness of its tannins.
365,000

Secreto de Viu Manent Carmenere

Dark purple in color. The nose presents aromas of ripe cherries, black pepper, and blackberries along with fine herbs and a light note of blonde tobacco. The palate is ample and balanced with tremendous structure and rounded tannins. The finish is velvety and very pleasing.
650,000