£13.55/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Deep|
|Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Spicy notes|
|Elegant tannins / Rounded tannins / Long / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Red meats / Pasties / Grills
Disappointing But Not Tragic
I was expecting a bit more weight, complexity and legs on this wine, given it is a Reserva, and that Chilean Cab Sauvs are usually honest and true to the grape. It was disapointing in a pleasant but 'a bit "Meah' kind of way. No legs running down the glass and nothing particularly memorable on the nose, and certainly no big cherry/raspberry fruit appeal. Certainly tasted more pleasant with the enouragement of food, which is just a way of saying that food pretty much disguises this fairly thin wine. You would be far better off with the El Coto Reserva for the money.
deliciously good value!
after drinking mainly spanish wine for a few years, this was like a holiday for my taste buds! characteristically smooth, with very soft tanins and not a hint of bitterness. a taste that's very hard to find in a spanish wine. at this price, very good value. why spend more?!
Très bonnes notes fruitées. Bon rapport qualité prix.
Miguel Torres Chile
Founded by the Torres family in 1979, Miguel Torres Chile started out with 100 ha of vineyards close to the Andes and a small winery in Curicó (a city located 200 km to the south of Santiago). Over the years the company has acquired new lands and expanded its premises and product range, currently possessing 400 ha of vineyards planted on 6 estates, all with very differing climatic characteristics. The presence of extremely varied seasons, the spectacular differences...