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Aromas of spices and earth with mushrooms. dark fruit. full-bodied, dense and rich with earth and spices. a beauty. soft and juicy. savory yet exotic. from biodynamically grown grapes. first year. drink or hold
GRAPE :Cabernet Sauvignon
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Montes , Alpha Cabernet Sauvignon is a big and bold Wine from the renowned producer. The Wine is expressive and fruit-forward in typical Chilean style, perfumed with spice and aromas of expresso. The Wine finishes strong and memorable.
REGION :Colchagua Valley, Chile
GRAPE : Cabernet Sauvignon
It has a very pure nose with dark berries, touches of truffle oil and walnut complementing the fruit, very detailed with wilted rose petal scents emerging with time. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy redcurrant and raspberry, the tannins a little.
REGION :Oregon, USA
GRAPE : Pinot Noir
The Winery describes 'Botanica's' unique, exotic character, "Botanica is always sappy and sanguine with a taste of wild rose, sour cherries, and blood orange. It is tempting to define it solely by its compelling texture and lush personality but there is a structural element that is equally striking. This balance between extraordinarily concentrated fruit and intense levels of extract is the essence of this Wine".
REGION :Willamette Valley, USA
Château Palmer is a wine estate located in the Margaux appellation of the Médoc. It was ranked as a third growth in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification, although for many decades it has been consistently rated as one of the best wines in the region. Unusually for the Médoc, Château Palmer usually has as much Merlot as Cabernet Sauvignon in the blend (along with a small amount of Petit Verdot), which helps give the wine a fleshy and generous structure. It can be drunk young, but will also reward long cellaring. Alter Ego de Palmer was introduced in 1998 as a stylistically different counterpart to the grand vin, rather than a second wine.