Here we have a typically fruit-driven, good value merlot out of Chile that would slip down well with a juicy hamburger. Smells of fleshy plums, raspberries and red cherries float out of the glass, along with some hints of earthy savouriness. The palate is fullsome and juicy, with soft tannins, friendly acidity, and a smooth, mellow finish that is bound to make it popular.
Appearance: Deep red with violet highlights.
Nose: Fresh red fruits, black plums and delicate notes of vanilla and leather.
Palate: Fruity, with friendly tannins, and juicy, balanced acidity.
Food: Vegetable bakes, pizzas and pastas with tomato-based sauces.