Tag Archive: Chilean wine

Sep 29

Wine of the week – Maquis Cabernet

This Chilean Cab has a ripeness followed by big, bold tannins to ensure your steak dinner will be a success every time. Pair it with some game grilled outside and roasted root vegetables for a fall match made in heaven. Unfiltered and unfined, this wine will be a winner at any table. PRICE:  $20.00

Oct 08

Wine Of The Week – 2011 Thresher Sauvignon Blanc

This crisp, un-oaked thrilli from Chile is a grand winner. Clean, crisp acidity makes this wine perfect for swordfish in a parcel or chicken piccata and for the money you won’t find a better deal. My search for value vino is a full time job, but for you I work 24/7. 🙂 Price: $10.00

Feb 22

Wine Of The Week- 2007 Morande Reserve Carmenere

Okay…..I have offered some killer wines as the “wine of the week”, but this time you can’t resist! The 2007 Morande Reserve Carmenere is a Maipo valley Chilean deep blackberry red that will go great with any steak or burger. Reminiscent of a Cal cab but with bigger backbone,  this monster is fab for whats …

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Feb 06

Wine Of The Week- 2007 Luis Felipe Edwards Sauvignon Blanc

This Family Selection S.B. is produced from 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the cool Leyda valley in Chile. It shows a delicate tropical fruit with a hint of flowers, tangerine and exotic green character on the nose. The palate is generous and fleshy with a nice light acidity. Try it with some seafood with capers …

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Aug 15

Wine of the Week – 2010 Ventisquero Sauvignon Blanc

Whats the weather report for August? Chile today! That’s right, Chile makes a perfect crisp, citrusy Sauv to help you through this steamy hot summer. Shellfish with Marinara and basil marries well with the balanced structure of this Chilean honey. Do the Chilean thing this hot month and drink some great tropical white. Q: Hey …

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