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2011 Carmenere (Maquis, Viña)

Vina Maquis, Carmenere, Colchagua Valley, Chile 2011

100% Carmenere

DEEP RED FRUIT, PEPPER & MOCHA, DUSTING OF CLOVE & ROSEMARY

Vina Maquis is essentially an island perched on a stretch of land between the Colchagua Valley's Tinguirira River and Chimbarongo Creek. The two parallel waterways bring cool coastal breezes and allow the grapes to maintain healthy, balancing acidity while they ripen. While this example from Maquis is classic Carmenere, it features a decidedly prettier and more delicate streak than the often roasty and over-oaked examples that have almost defined the varietal of late.

Serving Suggestion: Morcilla on crusty bread with slivers of Manchego. Slooooow-cooked Pork Pernil with a brown-sugar shellacked skin and roasted poblano. Masterful with mole!

21.99

2 in stock

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2013 Carmenere (Maquis, Viña)

Vina Maquis, Carmenere, Colchagua Valley, Chile 2013

100% Carmenere

DEEP RED FRUIT, PEPPER & MOCHA, DUSTING OF CLOVE & ROSEMARY

Vina Maquis is essentially an island perched on a stretch of land between the Colchagua Valley's Tinguirira River and Chimbarongo Creek. The two parallel waterways bring cool coastal breezes and allow the grapes to maintain healthy, balancing acidity while they ripen. While this example from Maquis is classic Carmenere, it features a decidedly prettier and more delicate streak than the often roasty and over-oaked examples that have almost defined the variety of late.

Serving Suggestion: Morcilla on crusty bread with slivers of Manchego. Slooooow-cooked Pork Pernil with a brown-sugar shellacked skin and roasted poblano. Masterful with mole!

21.99

1 in stock

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2014 Carmenere (Maquis, Viña)

Vina Maquis, Carmenere, Colchagua Valley, Chile 2014

100% Carmenere

DEEP RED FRUIT, PEPPER & MOCHA, DUSTING OF CLOVE & ROSEMARY

Vina Maquis is essentially an island perched on a stretch of land between the Colchagua Valley's Tinguirira River and Chimbarongo Creek. The two parallel waterways bring cool coastal breezes and allow the grapes to maintain healthy, balancing acidity while they ripen. While this example from Maquis is classic Carmenere, it features a decidedly prettier and more delicate streak than the often roasty and over-oaked examples that have almost defined the variety of late.

Serving Suggestion: Morcilla on crusty bread with slivers of Manchego. Slooooow-cooked Pork Pernil with a brown-sugar shellacked skin and roasted poblano. Masterful with mole!

21.99

6 in stock

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