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Emiliana Orgánico - 2012

Stylish combination that's every inch a dinner party wine

Carmenère has got a lot in common with Merlot; so much so in fact that the Chileans struggled to tell them apart for a while! Anyway, now that they know what's what they've done an excellent job of turning it into a top-notch variety with lots of ripe plum fruits to bring to a blend such as this. It's a seductive wine whose palate positively explodes with supple red fruits.

Fair Trade - Certified Fair For Life

Grape:
Carmenère, Cabernet Sauvignon
Code:
ECC03
Country:
Chile
Region:
Colchagua Valley
Size:
75cl
Fullness 14.5% ABV
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The most prominent organic and biodynamic estate in Chile, the vineyards of Emiliana Orgánico (formerly VOE) are planted in three of the country's key viticultural valleys: Maipo, Colchagua and Casablanca. The winemaker here is the remarkably talented Alvaro Espinoza. Acacia trees are grown around the vineyard to draw nitrogen from the atmosphere into the soil, and plants are grown to make homeopathic treatments which are subsequently used on the vines.

 

Novas Carmenčre / Cabernet Sauvignon

£9.40
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  • Roast duck
    Nigel Slater has this heavenly recipe that involves roasting duck upon a bed of potatoes, so that they cook in the bird's fat. A calorie-counters nightmare but a foodies delight. The wine has the required richness and tannin support.
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