16 May 2016

A great introducion to this unique varietal out of Chile

A great introducion to this unique varietal out of Chile

Carmenere has slowly been working its way to a point of respectable recognition. It has been said that it will be Chile's main grape of notoriety.

This may be the case, but will it ever have the popularity of Argentine Malbec? Maybe not, but none-the-less, Carmenere is a very viable grape that is more than deserving of its own acclaim and day in the sun. That day is coming and building momentum with each new vintage.

The folks at Casa Silva are specialists with Carmenere and their entry level Cuvee Colchagua Carmenere is a great way to try this unique varietal and get a feel for its potential. The 2014 Casa Silva Cuvee Colchaqua Carmenere is an impressive wine for the money and was just rated as one of Wine and Spirits Top 100 Value wines for 2016. We are offering this over-delivering, value-oriented Carmenere for $13.99 and $12.59 on six bottles or more. It is unique and a great introduction to the varietal, which makes it a worthy contender for anyone's table.

Posted by Gregg 00:00:00

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