I decided to review this wine because I don’t taste enough Chilean wine and because James Suckling gave it 94 pts. I know, I know.
Carmenere is a bit of a novelty grape, distinctive and interesting, but hard to fall in love with. They tend to feel anguished and distraught
Inky and deeply concentrated, Carmenere originated in France, a cross between Cabernet Franc and Gros Cabernet. It has largely disappeared from their preferring the warmer,
Wild, explosive, and atmospheric, this seething visceral chorale of blackberry, red plum, roasted meat, and black olive is on the jammy side but is rescued
Many years ago when wine was just an occasional dinner companion and the budget demanded something off the bottom shelf I invariably reached for this
Root 1 is an brand owned by Viña Ventisquero, a large Chilean producer with an agro-business history. This entry level offering is a bit too