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Argentina and Chile are amongst the top wine producers in the world. Their regions have some unique benefits, being located on either side of the Andes. These regions offer a favorable climate for vine growth and most of their vineyards are in elevated areas. Chilean regions are known for producing bold Cabs and the elusive Carménère, while the Argentinean wines are best known for their Malbec. They also produce some other great grape varieties like Syrah and Pinot Noir. We have carefully crafted selection of South American wines for you to experience.
Dark and deep purple wine. Unctuous aromas of cherry, cassis, cedar, blackberry, and slight hints of black pepper. Firm with a deep concentration of favors. A delicate, silky texture frames so tannins, which comes at the beginning of their long and pleasant finish.
Pairing: Beef with black pepper sauce and grilled vegetables
When to drink: Drink now or cellar for up to 10 years
Bright straw yellow. The nose is mineral with citrus and herbal notes. The palate is fresh, long, and intense.
Pairing: Chicken Pad Thai
When to drink: Drink now