Black currant and coffee on the nose
Full bodied on the palate
Dense finish with dark chocolate, coffee, sage, and blackberry
This wine is always good, year in and year out. The 2012 drinks like a polished Cabernet that costs much more than the $20 you'll likely pay for this. Chile is still a value, for sure. It has dense fruit and integrated layers that give it depth and persistence. Pair with meat dishes and enjoy. Raise a glass!