Wine of Chile and Argentina

Wines of Chile and Argentina


Rayun Chardonnay 2014
Central Valley, Chile. “The grapes were pressed and the juice transferred to temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks where the alcoholic fermentation took place with the help of selected yeasts. Once fermentation was complete, the wine was kept for 6 months in stainless steel tanks, allowing it to evolve and to develop its flavors and textures. No malolactic fermentation, no oak; we want to preserve all the freshness and fruitiness of this Chardonnay. Prior to its bottling the wine was fined and stabilized.” $6.99

Chono Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
Maipo Valley, Chile. Single Vineyard. “With opulent aromas of red and black fruits, spices, tobacco and sweet toasty notes deriving from the oak, this Cabernet Sauvignon is soft and creamy on the palate, with good volume and medium body. This is a well-balanced wine with soft and mature tannins, a nice acidity and a lingering finish. The complex structure of soils and diversity of microclimates of the Maipo Valley, enable us to produce a high quality Cabernet Sauvignon with good concentration, great character, mature tannins and fabulous structure.” $9.99

Chono Carmenere 2012
Maipo Valley, Chile. Single Vineyard. “One of the hallmarks of Chile, our Carmenere is one of our customer´s favorite wine and delivers full flavours of red fruits, red roasted paprika, pepper and soft touches of vanilla! A wine with great elegance and character! It comes from the Maipo Valley, were the complex structure of its soils and the template climate allow a slow ripening of the grapes. These outstanding conditions are reflected on this wine with good structure and a nice balance.” $9.99

Parados Winemaker’s Select Red Blend 2014
Mendoza, Argentina. “This wine is comprised of a special blend of three different red wine grapes that we have found fit magnificently together. We use 40% of Sangiovese (the Italian grape of Chianti), 40% of Tempranillo (the rich and earthy red of Spanish Riojas), and 20% of Malbec (the most famous red grape of Argentina) to make a wine that tastes comparable or better than much more expensive red wines. The Sangiovese adds the lovely red fruit, the Tempranillo adds earthy and rich notes, and the Malbec gives the wine its depth of fruit and body. A very impressive red wine for a normal price.” $11.99

Legado Classic Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
Mendoza, Argentina. “This wine comes from 100% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown at 2500 feet elevations in extremely rocky soil which means great drainage for the vines. The weather was very good before the harvest, allowing the grapes to achieve optimum ripeness, before being harvested by hand. This wine shows a full ruby color with an expressive nose of red and black berries, violet, cassis, and a hint of cedar. In the mouth it is full-bodied with rich notes of blackcurrant and spice. Extremely well-balanced with supple tannins and a long finish. Serve with any red meats and especially lamb or game…beautiful with cheeses.” $13.99

Don Manuel Villafane Malbec 2014
Mendoza, Argentina. “This dense red colored wine gives a full and rich fruit nose of spicy plum, wild berries, and cassis. The mouth is lush and full, with plenty of spice and dark fruit: plum, blackberry, and cassis leading to a very well balanced and long finish. The winery is located in Maipú, Mendoza in the foothills of the Andes. The soil in this area is almost entirely round stones from when the glaciers spread rock and smoothed it over miles and miles. The elevations of the vineyards range from 880 meters to 1050 meters elevation above sea level.” $13.99

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