Miguel Torres 2000 Conde de Superunda Red (Curicó Valley)

A new blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Monastrell and Tempranillo, which alone makes it unique for Chile. The nose delivers a blast of menthol and the color is downright huge. Very plump and fruity, with a softness that serves it well. A real mouthful that's not overpowering but still packs punch.

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