This is brimming with notes of sweet and succulent cherries and blackberries. All that deliciously juicy ripeness is complemented by spicy vanilla aromas and ripe tannins. This Chilean crowd-pleaser is medium to full bodied, the perfect quaffer for quiet weeknights and raging parties alike. Pairing it with some sweet and spicy barbecue to heighten the experience. This is the perfect introduction to the killer Cab that Chile can produce when vineyards are carefully managed and the winemaking team is impeccably pedigreed.
Recipe PairingsPerfect Soy-Grilled Steak
In Germany, Pinot Noir is called Spätburgunder. Pinot Meunier is called Schwarzriesling, but some call it Miller's Burgundy for the little white hairs on the underside of the vine's leaves, which look like flour dust.