Seña 2000 Red (Aconcagua Valley)

Hard to gauge at first; the aromas of wood grain, lemon juice and coffee change radically and frequently with airing. The palate offers cherry, raspberry and some wood-based coffee notes, while on the back end there's a full spread of spice and mocha. Good tannins and structure help it along. Definitely not the best Seña of all time, but not bad. Michael Schachner

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