A fresh, mineral-driven Cabernet from a high elevation Andes vineyard in Cachapoal.
Beautiful dark ruby-red color with violet highlights. Outstanding fruit with a noseful of red berries, black cherry, black pepper, and hints of violets. Those elements come through on the palate with fresh black and red fruit revealing a full-bodied wine. Tannins are very silky and lush on the palate. The mid-palate is round and velvety with excellent acidity that enhances its liveliness and balance.
Pairs well with wild game, seared fish and chocolate.
Limpid ruby. Spicy raspberry and cherry scents are complicated by hints of musky flowers and allspice. Sweet and expansive in the mouth, offering supple red and dark berry flavors along with suggestions of cola and licorice. Open-knit and accessible now, delivering strong finishing punch, gentle tannins and very good tenacity.Vinous February 2017
The unusually named 2013 Grillos Cantores Cabernet Sauvignon comes from a vineyard called "singing crickets" and is an unoaked, showy, aromatic, herbal Cabernet Sauvignon from Alto Cachapoal. It matured in contact with the lees for some 18 months, but only some 10% of the volume was in oak barrels. It has an herbal, spicy and peppery profile in a way that made me think of a Bordeaux. It's medium-bodied with fine tannins and a tasty finish. Very Cabernet.The Wine Advocate April 2017
- Varietal Composition:
- 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
- Avg Elevation:
- 2000 feet
- Avg Age of Vines:
- 16 years
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