The funny thing is that of all of the Carmenere wines
that I have had, most of them have been outlandishly
wonderful, and this one falls in that line.
The color is a deep purple, with no leanings towards any
other color. You taste oak/tannins which are in perfect
balance to the dark plums and cherries; it is neither too
dry, nor too grainy. You also taste some chocolate, which
is a wonderful component to this wine.
The wine flows like silk, and the finish is a gentle
cascade of around twelve seconds.
This is a wine to be reckoned with.