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2016 Mayu Pedro Ximenez$13.00Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 90: The 2016 Pedro Ximenez is very floral and fresh with great acidity, a white from very old vineyards in Elqui on decomposed granite soils. This is fresh, somehow austere and very tasty. Different, with its personality, and really affordable. 160,000 bottles produced.
2016 Clos Apalta$160.00Wine Spectator 94: Refined, with savory richness to the mineral-infused raspberry, red currant and herbal shadings. Creamy hints emerge midpalate, leading to a crisp, well-structured finish that lingers with slate and cast iron notes. Carmenère, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.James Suckling 99: This is really focused and refined with fantastic dried flowers and dark berries. Dried-lavender and mint undertones. Medium-to full-bodied with refined and polished tannins that are all together and so focused. Really integrated and melted together on the palate. Compact and very linear. Please give this two or three years to come completely together, but it’s already breathtaking. Better to drink after 2022.
2014 Casas del Bosque ‘Gran Bosque Private Reserva’ Cabernet Sauvignon$66.00Wine Spectator 94: Big, rich and filled with powerful red fruit and savory flavors that are supported by medium-grained tannins. Shows concentrated dark chocolate and creamy notes on the plush and well-spiced finish. Delivers impressive concentration and length. Drink now through 2022. 800 cases made.