(Translated from the Spanish) The Maipo Costa is not as well-known as the Maipo Alto, the traditional Andean area for Chilean cabernet. This is a blend of 60% Cabernet and 40% Carmenère and comes from the granite soils of Longovilo, north of Rapel Lake, in the southernmost area of the Maipo Valley, about 50 kilometers from the sea. Not many cabernets are made here, but those that we have tried show soft notes of red fruits and excellent texture that feels nice and juicy with a lot of floral notes, not a common trait for Chilean cabernet, as well as considerable subtlety. Score - 93. (Patricio Tapia, Descorchados, 2019)
Indómita Duette Premium Cabernet Sauvignon/Carmenère 2016
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