’08 Neyen Espiritu de Apalta

On sale for nearly 20% off at Keg n Cork, I was drawn to this 80% Carmenere/20% Cabernet Sauvignon because frankly I had never heard of it. After a bit of research it seems that Neyen makes this one single red blend. I kind of respect that in this age of diversified offerings. Foxtrot in... Continue Reading →

’14 Montes Classic Cabernet Sauvignon

Having openly declared my current infatuation with most Chilean wines lately, this will come as no surprise that Montes' "budget" offering has impressed. Listed as Wine Spectator's #42 wine of the year for 2016, it is recognized as one of the best examples of value there is. While some reviews do speak of cherry notes,... Continue Reading →

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