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Sendero de Chile Carmenere 2011

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Producer:
Viña Concha y Toro (Конча и Торо)
Country:
Chile (Чили) 
Additional Location Info:
Rapel Valley (Рапел Валей)
Vintage:
2011
Variety:
Carmenere (Карменере)
€ 5.11  
Added by demiro
30 Sep 2012

Winemaker's notes:
Sendero de Chile, meaning Chili's trail, can be found all along this country's Central Valley, the heart of its winemaking region. This intense coloured Carmenere invites you to enjoy the path, delivering an approachable, easy drinking and fruit-forward wine with fresh black plum aromas, pepper and vanilla. Ideal to match pastas, soft cheese, fish, salads and fowl meat.

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Temperature: 15-18 °C
Nice Legs
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1demiro
30 Sep 2012