A delicious, yet lesser known grape varietal, Chilean Carmenere results in fantastically beautiful, medium-bodied, fruit-forward wines. With gentle tannins, and deep crimson colors, you can expect an array of berries, red fruits, spice, smokiness and earth on both the nose and palate.
If you're into collecting, be aware that Carmenere is best enjoyed in the first couple of years after bottling.Learn more about Chilean Carmenérè.
|Avg. rating||Avg. price|
|All vintages||$ 7|
The Winerist covers the world's best food and wine events and festivals happening in August.
Christine Havens sheds light on what minerality tastes like in wine and why we might taste it.
Adrian Smith uncovers the origin of why we toast and cheers before we drink.