Chardonnay

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Miguel Torres Gran Reserva wines come from the Curicó Valley, and one of the aspects that makes them special is the aging period: The Chardonnay spends 18 months in French oak barrels. This undoubtedly makes it unique, as few similar wines undergo such a long aging process.

Brilliant light yellow color with a golden sheen. Elegant, voluptuous nose with notes of ripe fruits over underlying aromas of hazelnut, vanilla, and smoke. Dry and dense on the palate, with a subtly acidic edge. There is a good balance between the character of the wine and the aromas acquired during the aging in French oak.

Pairing:

Shrimp, Baked fish,

Carmenere

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Miguel Torres Gran Reserva wines come from the Curicó Valley, and one of the aspects that makes them special is their aging period: The Carménère spends 18 months in French oak barrels. This undoubtedly makes it unique, as few similar wines undergo such a long aging process.

Very intense color. On the nose there is a wonderfully strong expression of the character of the Carménère variety (fruits of the forest, eucalyptus, and leather), with toasted notes (bay and clove), licorice, and black pepper. Very ample palate with rounded tannins. Aromas of toasted bread and spices finishing in a long aftertaste.

Cabernet Sauvignon

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Miguel Torres Gran Reserva wines come from the Curicó Valley, and one of the aspects that makes them special is the aging period: The Cabernet Sauvignon spends 18 months in French oak barrels. This undoubtedly makes it unique, as few similar wines undergo such a long aging process.

Ruby color with a mahogany sheen that develops into ocher. Well-balanced, rounded, spicy nose typical of great Pacific Cabernet Sauvignons. Intense and fleshy on the palate, developing well towards a firm, persistent finish.

Pairing:

Meat, Jerked Meats, Grilled meats, Empanada, Quail

  • 2014 90 Points LA CAV Mesa de Cata, Chile