A lively and juicy representation of this variety, with a soft and supple texture, bright brambly fruit and subtle notes of spice and tobacco leaf, and a hint of vanilla from 6 months in French oak.
Plush. Velvety. Smooth. Carménère was one the key components of great claret when First Growths were defined - but it's now found mainly in Chile.
Made in 2010, a magnificent Bordeaux vintage, from a blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, this has notes of raspberry and black cherry, well-integrated tannins and a bright finish.
The genius of Finca Carelio is that we use declassified wine - so you get all the quality, plus serious savings. Rich. Ripe. Black-fruity. Delicious.
Juicy. Smooth. Fruity. It's a classic - after all, Cabernet put Californian wine on the map. Black-fruity and ripe, it's a real hug in a glass.