Seña 2003 Red (Aconcagua Valley)

When folks say “country style” you should think of this. It's a good wine but the nose is so leathery and sweaty that it's like a well-worn saddle. Once it opens and the heavy Carmenère character settles, what's left is some black-fruit flavor, chocolate and coffee. Not sure what the message is; it seems rather herbal for a so-called super Chilean. Michael Schachner

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  • Alcohol
    N/A
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Red
  • Importer
    Frederick Wildman & Sons, Ltd
  • Date Published
    12/31/2006
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