More Carménère from Chile! This one had a lighter flavor profile than the others I’ve had. Well, the other two. Ha!
Notes: In the glass this wine was a pretty burgundy. In the bouquet I got scents of sweet red berries, mint and a touch of wet forest floor. It was medium-bodied with high acidity and alcohol at 13.5%. The tannins were gentle. Flavors I found included oak, dark cherry, a hint of pepper, and a shot of bitters. It had a long finish that lingers on a cherry note.