What Possessed Us To Open Wine?
We looked through our collection of wine we had on hand in Mexico and the word “Carmenere” just screamed out at us and we were forced to open it. I can’t be any more truthful about the situation than that.
What Did The Label Want Us To Know?
From Chile. Carmenere is kind of the grape of Chile. There was not much else and the label was in Spanish, so it was obviously not slanted toward a market in the States. They did not feel the need to explain their wine which makes me think that they thought I was smart enough to make up my own mind.
What’s So Great About It?
Smelled kind of like green onion. Tasted deep and bold and like oak and kind of like grape jam. It was EXCELLENT with bacon.
Someone Else’s More Qualified Opinion:
Conversation This Wine Engendered:
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