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Cordillera Carmenère 2014

75cl Volume
£17.99

Sold in packs of 6 units

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2014 Other vintages
2017, 2015, 2012 and 2011
Appellation:Lontué Valley (Curico Valley, Chile)
Winery: Miguel Torres
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Carmenere
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14%
Miguel Torres is the maker of this Cordillera Carmenère 2014 (£107.95), a red wine from the region of Lontué Valley with a blend based on carmenere of 2014 and shows an alcoholic content of 14%. According to Drinks&Co users, this red wine earns 4 out of 5 points.

Description of Cordillera Carmenère 2014

Cordillera Carmenère 2014 (Carmenere)

TASTING NOTES **Cordillera Carmenère 2014 :

  • View: red, high intensity.
  • Nose: notes of berries, eucalyptus and leather, also nuances of roasting, bay leaf, cloves, licorice and black pepper.
  • Mouth: great fullness on the palate and strong tannins. Retro-nasal aroma of toast and spices, a long finish.

APPELLATION: Curico Valley.

VINEYARD: Miguel Torres

GRAPES: 100% Carmenère.

PAIRING: grilled lamb and pork, fried meat with lots of herbs, juicy roast lamb with olives, moussaka, Mediterranean dishes or mature cheeses hearty pasta.

ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14%**

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Reviews of Cordillera Carmenère 2014

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4 /5

It would go perfect with blue fish. I thought the Chile Cordillera Carmenère would be perfect for a romantic evening.
I did not like the colour with these brown edges. However the taste was quite good. Toasted and smoky aromas. Tasty, the ripe fruit with a pleasant presence.
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Reviews of other vintages of Cordillera Carmenère 201420122011

4/5

I bought a box of this 2012 on the internet.
Wonderful cherry colour and high layer. Strong aromas of oak and cedar. The best aftertaste of Central Valley.
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Peter Samuels

4/5

TASTING NOTES OF Miguel Torres Cordillera Carmenère 2011:
- View: red of great intensity.
- Nose: Splendid force the character of the variety Carmenère (berries, eucalyptus and leather), with notes of roasting and spot on- -Laurel, licorice and black pepper.
- Mouth: large amplitude in the mouth and round tannins, retronasal aromas of toast and spice and a long aftertaste.

APPELLATION: Aconcagua Valley.
VINEYARD: Bodegas Torres
GRAPES: Carmenere.

WINE PAIRING: roast lamb or pork, grilled meat, seasoned with herbs and licorice.
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Hayley Thompson