Merlot Bodega Sottano 2012
A typical purple red color as a good Merlot should be. The nose is fruity with plums and cherries but as a young wine, does not benefit from a long stay in wood. This makes it a little aggressive to the nose. However the taste does well with a long, intense, and tannic flavor. A very good price/quality ratio that I found better value than the reserve. I like it.
Chardonnay Snoqualmie 2011
Chardonnay, the grapes of the best white wines in the world. Velvety, intense and full. In this case, a new area of the world that is becoming famous: the state of Washington. In the north of the USA, where the wines are born complex and intense. An area to discover, maybe starting with this beautiful chardonnay.
Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva 2012
The grapes of great Bordeaux, that’s all. Family Estate Bisquertt is in the most important region of Colchagua Valley. Every wine produced from this area is rightfully known as a “jewel” of Chile. Perfect example of great traditional grape that finds new life from the so called “new world”.
Aylin Sauvignon Blanc 2012
Sauvignon is a grape of intense feeling. Never a wine you could forget. White, but able to match a lot of different food making it unique. And Chilean quality is becoming more and more a country to look to.
Wines made from Syrah are often powerfully flavored and full-bodied. Violets, berries, chocolate and black pepper: the power of tradition. In this new American interpretation, drinkable and enjoyable.
Riesling Reserve 2012 Alsace
Riesling is unique, the unique grape that during the maturation increases both the sugar and acidity in the same time. The result is a wine acidic but gentle, fruity but bodied. Region is Alsace, the most typical for this wine.