Carmenere is one of Chile’s adopted varieties. Carmanere presents as a softer version of cabernet sauvignon, lacking its tannic structure and complexity. This wine is fairly simple in expression. Herbal, soft tannins and sweet fruited, it provides uncritical but pleasant drinking. Rating: Acceptable. Abv: not recorded. Price: $20s.
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