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Bright yellow with golden hues. Fresh and juicy, this delicate Chardonnay expresses aromas of apple, melon and peach combined with exquisite citrus notes. The palate is silky and vibrant with a long and mouthwatering finish.

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Viña Echeverría Unwooded Chardonnay Reserva 2021
Aromas of lemon, lime, and grapefruit alongside peach and light tropical notes. On the palate, the citrus notes are soft but refreshing, with peach and passion fruit flavors combined with a mineral undertone. Medium in body this wine is crisp, elegant, and well-balanced.

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Prisma Sauvignon Blanc 2021
You’ll find notes of butter, apples and pineapple on the nose of this wine. It offers a light tropicality, touches of toast and refreshing citrus on the palate.

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Terra Vega Chardonnay 2021
Tropical aromas include pineapple, guava, peach candy and a touch of green pepper. Refreshing acidity balances more tropical fruit notes with a hint of fresh-cut grass and a long peachy finish.

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Tres Palacios Reserve Sauvignon Blanc 2021
Aromas of pear, apples and citrus. On the palate it is generous with notes of nectarine, apricot, citrus, baked apple skin and ripe pear. It is round and creamy with medium acidity and a longer finish.

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Casa Silva Sauvignon Gris 2021
Brilliant light golden-yellow in color. The aromatic nose offers notes of pineapple, mango, and apricots against a backdrop of white flowers, vanilla, and toasted hazelnuts. The palate is well balanced with rich acidity creating a fresh juiciness in the wine with a pleasingly fruity finish.

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Montes Classic Chardonnay 2021


Aromas of currants, smoke and black pepper are classic for this variety. This is over medium weight and texturally very attractive with sweet mulberries, black pepper and some woodiness. If you dare to step out to your grill, sear a steak or some sausages to pair with this wine. Otherwise, hunker down inside with a pot of beans or chili on the stove.

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Bodega Volcanes de Chile Carménère Reserva 2020
The nose offers pretty red fruits of cherry and raspberry, along with hints of truffle. This pale-colored Pinot Noir is light to medium weight, yet completely on point with its grape varietal and terroir. Red fruits of strawberry and raspberry join with spicy cinnamon notes in this clean, crisp, food-friendly red.

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Terra Vega Pinot Noir 2021
This is a complex and fragrant wine, with blackberry, black cherry, clove, vanilla, and coffee aromas that are fresh and inviting. This is a big and very well-balanced wine. The mouth offers black fruits, especially plum, cherry, and black berries, very ripe but neither overripe nor dried. Delicious wood and vanilla notes along with a touch of spice and chocolate. Tannins are ripe and functional. Best of all, there’s not even the faintest hint of the green pepper that many Chilean reds show. The mouthfeel is soft and round. Medium plus in body with a very long finish.

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Santa Ema Merlot Reserva 2018
This is a somewhat muscular wine, complex and fragrant, with dried cranberry and cherry aromas as well as a touch of mint. The aromas continue on the palate, along with notes of dried herb and a certain crunch mid-palate. Tannins are ripe and functional, providing just-right support for the fruit. It is medium-plus in body with a long, slightly bitter-chocolate-inflected finish. The Santa Ema Estate dates to 1917, when Don Pedro Pavone Voglino, an athlete and businessman, arrived in Chile from his native Italy. In 1931, he acquired 35 hectares (ha) in Isla de Maipo, founding the estate. He and his entrepreneurial son Félix Pavone Arbea began the Vinos Santa Ema company in 1956, building a state-of-the-art (for that time) winery. Most wine was consumed locally, but they began exporting in 1986, first to Brazil. They bought a 53-ha estate, La Peral, in 2000. In 2011, the operation was certified sustainable by the Wines of Chile organization. This involves practices in three areas: vineyards, winery, and social responsibility. The family acquired the 100-ha Cerro Blanco estate in Pirque shortly after, and in 2017, the fourth generation took over running the enterprise. Today, Santa Ema wines can be found in 30 countries. Grapes for this wine come from high-altitude estate vineyards in Maipo Alto in the Maipo Valley. The spring of 2018 was cold and rainy, but summer was temperate, with high temps in March and April. Harvest began a little later than usual and ended in May. Yields were higher than expected, but the quality was very high. Grapes were crushed and fermented in stainless steel for seven days at 30° C (somewhat high), followed by six days of post-fermentation maceration. After malolactic fermentation was completed, the wine was racked to French and American oak barrels, where it aged for 8-10 months.

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Santa Ema Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Intense nose of strawberries, cherries, blackberries and cassis, with spiced black pepper notes on the back. Fresh on the palate, with excellent acidity.

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Casa Silva Los Lingues Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
"Blueberry, plum, tobacco and citrus-zest aromas. It’s medium-bodied with firm, tight-grained tannins. Fresh and juicy with good structure. Drink or hold." - James Suckling 92

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La Junta Amigo Perro Merlot 2020