|Content||Mouton Cadet wine is produced through the assembly of a variety of grapes, from several Bordeaux region appellations. Very tasty and Enjoyable. The fruit characters are more present in your mouth than they were on the nose. Pair it with rich foods though, rich grilled meats or cheeses, pizza or pasta, any flavorful dish that will provide some oily richness, and this wine will positively and keenly cut through the fat.||This wine is produced from grapes collected in the Maipo valley and has spent eight months in old oak barrels, and possesses a rich fruit forward style.
The nose lends cassis, ripe red cherry, tobacco and liquorice. The palate is full-bodied and intense. The tannins are fine and well balanced. There’s an explosion of black cherry, cassis and toasted spice on the finish. This wine drinks well after an hour in a decanter, and has the intensity to develop well in the bottle over the next few years.|
The color is beautiful. Value for many and so much flavor you can feel different things; citrus, cherry, and cranberry! Everything is well mixed and the after taste is fantastic which gives a lovely freshness. A little on the sweeter side, very light and crisp!!
|Frontera is produced by the highly awarded Concha Toro, and it's now the World's best selling Chilean wine brand. Frontera is a sweet, fresh juicy red wine, Frontera grapes are known to have magical roots. Frontera wines are so unique and flexible that it goes on well with both the wine enthusiasts and the newcomers. They are made in such a way it comes off plain and easy to love for all kinds of people.||This red wine will captivate you with its expressiveness, its aromas of fresh red fruits and pleasant passage through the mouth.
It has been carefully fermented to obtain a wine that is extremely pleasant on the palate and with a good balance between acidity and tannins.
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Marques Santinela Has a Pale yellow with golden flashes, very bright and opalescent. On the nose, it displays aromas of stone fruit (apricot), tropical notes (passion fruit, pineapple), and white flowers, the latter very typical of Malvasia. In the mouth, we notice the sweetness in the attack and in the step, but very well balanced with acidity and alcohol. It is fresh, unctuous, and easy to pass, with a bitter aftertaste at the end of the mouth.