Wine Spectator 90
Deep, ripe and loamy, offering flavors of roasted plum, mocha and blackberry that lengthen out nicely. Creamy midpalate, with chocolate and spice details.
James Suckling 93
“This is very classy and beautiful with blackberry and dried tobacco character. Medium to full body, very fine and pretty. Licorice and tar. Real Carmenere here. Drink now or hold.”
A superb growing season characterized by its cool conditions, particulary in the northern and coastal areas of Chile. Spring was marked by cool temperatures and rains concentrated in the month of October that recharged the soils and provides enough water for the plants to grow well early on. Elegance and balance are the key descriptors of this season, with fine grain tannins, great colors and long finish. Carmenere stands out for its spicy notes and elegance.
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Don Maximiano Errázuriz founded Viña Errázuriz in 1870. With his great vision for the future and his innovative, pioneering spirit, he planted the first French grape varieties in the Aconcagua Valley. His initiative and creativity were handed down to future generations and, in just over a century, his descendants consolidated the winery and positioned their wines among the world's most noteworthy. Here, we invite you to get to know some of the main landmarks that have shaped the history of this family vineyard, currently one of the best examples of successful winemaking in Chile.